“Fashion is ready to face the future!” Was most definately exclaiming, as models hit the runway at Jonathan Saunders. As staples, such as: bomber jackets, swingy skirts, and the Trenchcoat, get a more futuristic twist. When fabrics get cut and plastered onto dresses, geometric and graphic prints give a trench and bomber jacket a lil more zest, and vibrant hues dominate the collection.
Tweed. An oversize Trench. Fur. Full skirts. A Sexy Corset. And some pure Collar Candy. Just to name some of the feminine staples, that Topshop Unique gave an edge. As The Guardian describes the collection as, “tailored to ‘soft girl turned tough.'” When a grey hoodie and leather vest, get layered over a grey lace corset. A fur vest gets edgy when paired with a leather pencil skirt, and matching wedges. Thigh-high shorts and a graphic tee get feminine with a collared tweed cape, and a little toned down with rouched grey thigh-high boots. A silver metallic puffer overlaps a pea sequined corset, with rich Oxblood accessories. And a tweed full skirt gets paired with a Charcoal puffer.
Once upon a time, on a Mystical night in the Magical forest, appears Mulberry muse, Cara Delevingne, from a wooden pladder. A grey Mulberry backpack on her back. Then comes 2 more obsessive Mulberry handbags, 1 olive, the other camouflage, 2 male models, a herd of Greyhounds, and pure fascination.
Originally posted on Tales From a High School Fashionista: Whether it’s an Emerald suit, a tropical printed dress with a pink fur, or pumps with obsessive cotton balls; Henry Holland most definitely knows how to leave an obsessive statement. Whether…