Wow. What a wonderful collection.
The name has always been known for British Heritage, style and elegance. It is the quintessential of British fashion and showcases the looks that we know and love.
From the show, it was clear that the checkered pattern is becoming a high trend again. Each piece incorporated checks one way or another, whether it be on the clothes or the head wrap accessory. (It almost seems Burberry-esque)
The outfits were perfect for the tall women, which may be a downside for the everyday fashionista, but it worked amazingly for these models. They showed off the height of the model and the whole of the outfit effectively – showing off every bit of detail beautifully.
The block colours worked best as it was kept simple but striking and wonderful.
Here’s a few of the outfits used for the Ad Campaign.
shh, it’s started.
As everyone is probably, and should be, aware, London Fashion Week is well underway. Live shows are taking place as I type, and yes, I’m not there because I’m sat in my living room blogging about it.
I have watched a few of the shows already and it’s gotten off to a fantastic start. Bora Aksu and J. JS Lee are the ones that I’ve tuned into and I have been blown away by the collections.
Bora Aksu was fabulous!
The bright, flowy pieces are an excellent way to open the shows and expresses the 1920’s look that the designer was aiming for in the collection. Outerwear was an addition to this year from Bora Aksu to add more material and dimension to the outfits.
Whilst upholding the femininity and romanticism of the signature pieces, the collection has offered the women strength, inspired by the time women were given the opportunity to control their own destiny.
Now onto J. JS Lee. Stunning.
The block colours of the collection (which I featured in my previous post) give the collection the stylish edge and sharpness that attracts the eye and withholds it.
The label defines a woman in a sharp and feminine way, giving a sophisticated look that modern women want.
Be sure to keep an eye out on my posts for the rest of the shows and I will be sharing my favourite pieces with you all.
Once again, LFW is upon us.
And, once again, I will be watching…
… from my laptop.
I’m still waiting to get that invite from someone to be a guest there. It will come. One day. Don’t worry. You may have to all hope and pray for it to happen!
I will be keeping up with the collections and probably showing my best ones on here. Keep a check on this and you can share your ones with me too.
I thought I’d share with you one of the collections that I saw at yesterday’s press day!
Oscar Quiroz, a London born designer, showcased the designs for his Spring/Summer collection.
There were many different looks, from the down right bizarre to the bold, extravagant pieces.
I just want to tell people about the amazing day that I experienced yesterday (I’ve spammed a lot, oops) and I hope you enjoy reading about my progress .
Here’s a few of my favourite looks that I wanted to show you all, 🙂