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GFW DAY 2: Ravensbourne

Bobby Abley
What first sprang to mind with Bobby Abley’s S&M mickey mice, was Jeremy Scott on even more crack. It certainly was the best opener for the show, making sure we all sat to attention. The speech bubble top was my favourite piece, contrasting pastels with a brightly coloured harness and tie combo. I adored the cut of trousers and that interesting silhouette. Insanely awesome!

Danielle Ingemann
Ingemann’s neon collection really caught my eye. Nice patterned prints contrasted with heavily textured knitwear. The black cardigan with the yellow pattern shining through was my particular favourite.

Jessica Holmes
I didn’t actually see the adorable little animal shoulder pads until the white shrug came out, what a charming and quirky idea, I thought! The little bubble bags won my heart over right away, there were so many insanely killer bags this GFW and these were at the top. I really liked the unusual colour combinations and shapes used within this collection, it was truly unlike anything I had seen before. Teaming animals with bubbles, hot air balloons and clown (?) illustrations really makes me wonder what her inspiration could have been. Very adorable collection!

Amy Addison
I really really fell hard for this collection. Everything screamed for me to wear it, those trousers in particular. Models stomped up the catwalk in their platform fetish boots, wearing matching print boxing gloves to their colourful printed outfits. The mood of this collection was fantastic, I kind of want to watch it all over again!

Sera Ulger
Ulger’s beautiful bright mohair caught my eye, along with life like bird prints strategically placed, in fine silk. I couldn’t tell whether the jacket and dress were separate or not, which intrigued me even more. Very beautiful and sophisticated.

Ida Jonsson

I am crazy for pastels at the moment and Jonsson didn’t disappoint, the colour palette was very sophisticated, with neutrals teemed with orange and green to give it a pop. Revolutionary shapes were produced, giving some of the models the posture of ladybirds or beetles (how I like to think of it anyway). I particularly liked the long armed hunch jacket, pictured above.

Images: Myself and Catwalking

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  1. AMAZING collection


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