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 really set a more exciting tone for the collection.
The range of textures in this collection was stunning; feathers and fur to organza and strange chunky knitwear. Colour palette was dark tones with flashes of gold and bright blue.

This was my favourite piece of all; an organza double breasted top with the shoulder pads showing through. Perfection!




The rails at On/Off

Crazy knits by Yang Du

Dark leather accessories by Richard Emdem

The bizarre world of Tessa Edwards.
The details in this pieces were really beautiful, the way the garments had been constructed were really quite odd. The accessories were a favourite, bottle green wedges and big rock crystal necklaces.

Incredible leather weaves of Derek Lawlor. Really beautiful heavy knit Autumn/Winter pieces

Inspired by the texture and colour of John Piper’s paintings, Lawlor builds on the densely intricate, structural aesthetic of his debut, fusing more traditional cabling and intarsia elements with woven fabrics and weaving techniques.

Softly feminine cashmere, mohair and moleskin are layered with waxed cotton cord in a palette of moody blues, greys with a splash of bold colour to create a collection of versatile separates and stand out pieces that offer an edgy, innovative take on bespoke knitwear for the modern woman.”

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