Well, that’s right! You obliviously know that a show becomes unbloggable, when Stars Wars and Graphic prints, Plaid, and 1 Cara Delevingne taking a catwalk selfie are present. For the inspiration, Gilles Deacon decides to look towards the birds, the leaves, the trees, and the future. As birds get embroidered on a sweater and Cocktail dress. Leaves look like statured molecules, when overlapping each other in a futuristicy way. While bugs give printed on feminine and frilly staples, such as ruffles and fringe. It may seem, that the collection may just be as out of this world as Alexander McQueen’s notable Fall 2009 collection, Deacon gives his collection a more Classy and wearable feel, incorporating styles, such as: plaid, high top moccasins, and even an oversize sweater.
There are 3 words that describe today’s Burberry Prorsum collection: Tribal, Classy, and British. As Creative Director, Christopher Bailey takes the Tribal route. When everything, from a Classic Burberry trench, to a simple wrap around scarf gets dip dyed in pretty much the Chicest print of the season. To perfectly pump up your wardrobe on those dreary winter days.
What’s one man’s trash, may be another man’s treasure. As for Fall, Scottish designer, Christopher Kane puts his art skills to the test. Crafting dresses, skirts, and jackets out of what appears to be fabric from none other than a garbage bag. Kane also showed off his crochet skills, with pop up shapes coming out of the sleeves of a neon sweater. While the cocktail gowns towards the end of the collection look as if they were sculptures taken out of an Art Museum, and then illustrated into the clothing. Some of the looks, still remained Classy, with a bit of an edge, with Elegant silhouettes, and a color domination of black and Ballet pink. I definately have to give Christopher Kane props for giving artistic, scpultural like clothing, more than an out-of-this-world Haute Couture like meaning.
Originally posted on Tales From a High School Fashionista: ? From the fabric scraps put together at Jonathan Saunders, to the floral prints at Temperley London; designers today at London Fashion Week, just seem to dare to impress me with…