London Fashion Week RTW Autumn/Winter 2010
London is probably my favourite fashion destination as two of my favourite and inspirational designers Alexander McQueen and Christopher Kane showcase here! Though McQueen showed at Paris this season, London did witness some amazing shows like that of Burberry Prorsum, Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Christopher Kane, Peter Pilotto etc.
Christopher Bailey show at London Fashion Week earlier this year witnessed gorgeous shearlings, neatly crafted military jackets, amazing pair of boots and details including bold buttons, zipper and buckles.
The collection inspired from uniform and cadet girls had heavy fur jackets teamed with bright silk bandage dress. A masculine yet feminine look! Read full runway report – Burberry Prorsum AW2010
Central Saint Martins
Not every fashion college has it’s own show at prestigious fashion weeks such as LFW but c’mon… Not every fashion college has produced a McQueen or Christopher Kane or Stella McCartney either. This student show overlooked the commercial aspects and the resultant styles were best of garment construction skills.
It was checks the previous season and it’s leather-lace-embroidery that did the trick for Mr.Kane this season. Leather and lace outfits were brilliantly constructed and carried beautiful floral embroidery.
Yet another collection featuring lace along with prints in Erdem’s sophisticated feminine twist. The models walked in grey lace dresses with ruffle details and a waist belt.
And outfits in brown, rust, teal, yellow and teal.
I love the sporty attitude Jonathan Saunder infused in this recent collection. The colour mood ranging from ash, chalk blue and orange is simply superbly balanced. The outfits are minimalistic but refreshingly appealing.
I totally adore these outfits with mystic mood, interesting cut and drapes. A strange art-history nostalgia! Just love them!
BFA award winning designer came out with this graphical saga in rust-orangish colour mood, prints, silhouettes and everything… reflects his creativity. Great going!!
A hunter’s saga! What I love the most in this collection is the suits with leather details and the straightforward neutral colour palette ranging from fawn, grey, olive and black.
Vivienne Westwood Red Label
Love the styling. The logo t-shirts, draped jersy, giant collared coats and plaids were teamed with punk inspired hairdo. The colour palette ranged from orange, pink, maroon, mustard, yellow and grey.