BURBERRY A/W 2010

The coats and jackets in this collection blew my mind! I didn’t think much of the garments under them, some good trousers and shoes, but THE JACKETS! Such incredible variation. I must own one of these! somehow, one day I might stumble across one in a second hand store? Or get richer sooner. I really […]

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Louise Goldin A/W 2010

(Music is by Apocalyptica – A classically trained, finnish cellists heavy metal band.) This collection was my favourite of LFW. The pictures speak for themselves how amazing this collection is really. The collection was first inspired by Origami and then later military. The idea of Origami has been done again and again but in a […]

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Bryce Aime

Apologies for the bad quality ‘phone cam’, here are some worthwhile detailed pictures of the Bryce Aime collection from Catwalking Even though I wasn’t too keen on the graphic prints in this collection, I have to say that the rest of it I really loved. The colours; burgundy and black, were a really beautiful pairing, […]

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LFW DAY 3 Welsh Designers Collective

I particularly liked the styling of this collection, the accessories were my favourite; draw string bags in the same material as the outfits. Emma Griffiths The Welsh Designers collective featured three designers; Elinor Franklin, Emma Griffiths and Josie Beckett. The designer that stole the show for me was Emma Griffiths. Having previously worked with Alexander […]

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Belle Sauvage

Trying to get a good shot of the shoes, they were insane! Belle Sauvage A/W 2010 The music was eerie, the models, wearing these insane platform shoes, walked slowly up the catwalk, wide eyed and very creepy looking. Really interesting use of geometric graphic print, it really worked in the bolder colours. The hair and […]

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LFW DAY 2

Bernard Chandran The hair and make up for the show was just jaw dropping. The surprise was spoiled somewhat by a fully made up model smoking outside by the queue, this did mean however, we got to see it up close in full detail. It was more like the work of Dior, pure art and […]

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