Tribal. Floral. Cityscape. And even a Sexy red mani, the hottest bracelets and gadgets. British designer, Holly Fulton, knows how to give any fun and flirty print, a wearable and feminine twist. This season, Fulton incorporates: pastel hues, Sexy yet functional silhouettes, and Dramatic hues such as red and black; while a simple Khaki remains keen, throughout the collection. The collection to wear to perfectly take you from those freelance summer days, into the mists of Fall.
British designer, Jasper Conran kicks off Day 2 of London Fashion Week with a very simple, yet flattering collection. Sleeveless monochromatic dresses give the collection a bit of a sultry feel, while the khaki trenches bring back a Vintage feel. A functional LBD may just be your key piece, within the collection. While stripes and embellished Separtes may just leave a big enough statement as the dress that Jourdan Dunn wore in the Peter Pilotto for Target commercial. The collection, overall, perfectly demonstrates Pure Simplicity with a strong sensual feel.
Originally posted on Tales From a High School Fashionista: Whether it’s polka dotted, white, red, geometric, mustard, or even lace; Bora Aksu leaves me purely obsessed with his cutely color coated collars. That are a little bit Victorian, a little…
Portraits on long skirts. A geometric printed trench. Squiggles on a sweater. Black & White artwork like prints get plastered on everything from a trench, to a baggy jumpsuit. This season, Jean-Pierre Braganza takes to an art museum. Literally with Masterpieces appearing on Clothing.
Kicking off London Fashion Week, J. JS Lee Creative Director, Jackie Lee, gives Preppy staples such as Plaid and Houndstooth a more of a slouch. As the bell bottoms and more baggy silhouettes become the Chicest style for the season. Lee gives the pieces a comfy, yet functional and Chic feel. Making each piece, (whether it’s a solid cream dress, or a wool plaid trench), ready-to-wear for a day at the office, going out on a Friday night, or for a casual weekend getaway.