London Fashion Week
(in alphabetical order)
I saw this trench and said out loud… “COOL”. What an amazing play on their heritage! And then, of course, an oxblood leather skirt and moto-jacket. Loving it!
I loved this season’s collection. I want the first look to be in W, shot by Tim Walker…. don’t you think? I’m crazy for the kelly green. The fur-trimmed jacket is perfect. The sculptural swing-coat with wide-legged trousers in patterns destined to marry… oooooo. Can you tell I love Duro Olowu?
What a charming collection. I really love the floral printed shirtdress… the brief cowl-necked, pearl-studded mini dress… finished with a pale pink, thick-collared jumpsuit. Lovely.
J. W. Anderson
Though I would have loved less repetition in this show… this fur tunic with a fabulous tech-fabric pant is beyond. I am showing two options because I couldn’t pick which color way I preferred.
Love love love. Each and every detail is impeccable. I just love the cream lambskin with black placket over a simple, rounded white shirt and slouchy black pant. What about the navy and dark green coat with skinny pant… note the color blocked, dark green 5 inch cuff… and of course my love affair with lace continues… so how could I not love a long-sleeved sheath with bright red insets?
It’s impossible to not have Mary on the London list. I just love what she does. Rather than feel boxed-in by the prints that have made her rise so stealth, she seems to be so aptly inspired by the plethora of options open to her. The romance in each of these pieces is meditational. I could look for ages.
Michael van der Ham
What a lovely collection. I loved the fabrics and color palette… acidic blues and yellows masked by black. The somewhat simple shapes are coaxed forward with cutaway details… or just well-conceived mixed textures.
This fur-collared confection is beyond… some sort of neo-pointalism to build the silhouette is pretty amazing. How chic is the top and skirt? Creating movement and form through print is not an easy task.
Pink pink pink. I’m thinking of the first time I saw Funny Face with Audrey Hepburn. A litmus test for anyone who will have a proclivity for fashion. She really is a favorite.
I just love the feminine austerity of the silhouettes in this collection. The simple, soft bell-shaped pink coat, black fur sweater with a PVC or black patent leather inverted pleat mini, and finally nude sheer sheath with ivory appliqué…. love.