Milan Fashion Week may be in full swing but we want you the highlights of London Fashion Week not remember! Here’s a round-up.
Deacon’s collection felt like a fairy tale with a dark undertone. The show opened with a tight white head and a deep cut smokingpak accessory from Stephen Jones. Followed by silver dresses, bright red trousers, corsets, printed tops and springs abound. The Swans played the leading role in his spring collection for 2012 which our Doutzen Kroes also had a major roll!
Christ Oper Kane’s collection was a series of short stories. This time it was about “the girl you hated in school, the boys that she and her teenage bedroom afpikte. The collection showed prints of old-fashioned wallpaper and wall stickers editing of flowers from a dreamy girl’s room. Bright dresses of a kind leather shorts with matching jackets, glistening rubber sandals, mint leather mini-skirts and oversized sleeveless sweaters made it a sporty collection.
The golden ticket for London Fashion Week was the show of Western Red Label Woods. This extravagant red lady just does not attract audiences. Pamela Anderson graced the front row as a big fan. Westwood goes for her collections like about the fashion edge. All the designer pulled out of the closet. From headdresses to lavish her dress, satin dresses with punk influences, pantsuits and short skirts. Tartan enough for the fans!
The spring 2012 collection by Marios Schwab was a work of art. Inspired by films 50 years wandered the fifties femme fatales on the catwalk. The collection consisted of dresses with nice cleavage or very high-necked, pencil skirts and high waist trousers. With lilac, mint and black as the main colors. Excessive body seams created a controversy where the designer is known for.