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Monday, 17 September 2012

LFW... Day 3

Temperley London
It felt like we were surrounded  by the housewives of the 1950s on the Temperley catwalk. The collection was very old school glamour. With big skirts and blouses. Applique detail.
Sheer stripes and sheer blouses.

Temperley London

Paul Smith
 Paul Smith



Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
Day 3 kicked off with the couples return to London Fashion week after spending the past f6 years in New York Fashion week. With inky colours and snakeskin print the show started off a bit harsh but the floral print balanced it out. Very muted colours considering the are known for their use of colour. Asymmetrical and panelled skirts, sheer blouses and boyfriend trouser suits.

 Christopher Raeburn

 Christopher Raeburn
 Perfect parkas.


Nicole Farhi
This collection featured an awful lot of white with a touch of muted colour. Delicate and minimal, this collection pure class but we shouldn't expect anything but from the designer.

Nicole Farhi
Topshop Unique
 Marios Schwab
 The collection was very tribal and I love it!! Raffia fringing, leather straps, sheer. The lines of the fabrics really define the female figure. And with cycling shorts under skirts this could be the next big thing. Maybe.

Marios Schwab
Matthew Williamson
Celebrating 15 years Williamson re-invented some archive pieces. Inspired by his love of India, the Holi Festival- an indian street party where people throw coloured powder over each other- in particular.
The show was a colourful procession . Bombay nights comes to mind. 
As the designer said himself he is known for his use of colour, print and embellishment and this collection has no shortage. Landscapes were printed onto items.
The designer will be launching a bag and show line and used his own shoes on the catwalk for the first time. They were platforms and sky high.
 Matthew Williamson

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