01 March 2011

London fashion week fall 2011; highlights

1. Oh Orla
Lovely tunic dresses, knitted cardigans, coats with buttons, new bags on chain; I want every single item from Orla Kiely’s fall presentation. In fact when I don't?
2. Alice Temperley starry starry night moment
Temperley London fall runaway was like a royal ballroom. Elegant silhouette, details, lace and silk showed the luxury of modern princess’s closet. Not to mention those white and black sheer dresses with shiny stars appliqués. Did you always want to be wrapped up in a stars?
3. Michael van der Ham shiny velvet
Designer showed complete luxury of velvet in bright colors and shiny fabric. So the wintertime according to designer will be warm but not dull.
4. Mary Katrantzou print moment
Colors, florals and prints so beautiful that for a moment it seems you are trapped in some other kaleidoscope world. We’ve never seen Faberge eggs yet on the runaway; And than came Mary!

5. Richard Nicoll art deco inspired shoes
Richard Nicoll showed the true beauty of aesthetic. Subtle colors, the perfect tone of mustard, lovely nudes, one adorable parka in nude and shoes to die for. And yes, the perfect combination of sheer fabrics and leather?
6. Mulberry grown-up schoolgirl
Bird print dress and blouse, maxi dress with collar lightly pleated, and light purple tunic dress. Did I mention the cyan green silk?

1.Topshop Unique styling
Cartoon lover and vintage obsessed Topshop girl styled by Katie Grand! Recipe for success! Enough!
2. Daks nonchalance in classic
It’s the third time for British house Daks on London Fashion Week and designer Filippo Scuff showed what he and Daks know the best; classic, menswear items with feminine twist and nonchalant Brit chic.
3. A hat & a shoe moment at Margaret Howell
One more designer that is synonym for relaxed traditional clothing, this season showed what she does best.
4.Fringe moment at James Long (Fashion East)
He really knows knitwear. And rock.
5. Kinder Aggugini fragile silhouette
Kinder Aggugini dresses were feminine and very simple in basic colors like white and black paired with quirky hairstyle or few headdresses (designer worked at Vivienne Westwood and John Galliano). And who could resist to that floral parka?
6. Bow at Giles

7. Patti Smith moment at Paul Smith
Of all interpreters of Patti Smith and Just Kids this year on fashion weeks, I think Paul Smith’s Patti is most charming. Why? Cause she played with polka dots, blouses and great bags. Is it because of PS?



Maya • Fashion Illustration blog said...

Grea picks! :-)

I always love the LFW cause I feel that that's the clothes I actually might wear. :-)


Jen said...

These pieces are gorgeous! Love the bow in the hair :-)

Happy Tuesday Darling! xo

Oh, and pop by today for my perfume GIVEAWAY!

Fashion Minute said...

Yeah - ALICE TEMPERLY!! Love that look

Closet Fashionista said...

I'm loving all these pieces! :D

Susan said...

simply fab photos!!



cool pic and your blog interesting!

little luxury list said...

Starry, starry night is ethereal and gorgeous!

Thanks for stopping by and hope to see you again soon!

I'm a girl said...

Great picks!!



Jessica Mura said...

I like this post, a lot of inspirations! Thanks so much for your comment, if you want we can follow each other :D


ZANAH said...

Great post ! Well done :)

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Emma Skye said...

Well I have to say miss likey, I really likey your blog. Awesome!

Audrey Allure said...

Love the Oh Orla looks!


that shiny velevt dress is my dream. its divine. Mary Katrantzou is pure genius and my new favourite designer. her patterned and creative look is amazing.

Ag said...

These pics are making me want to buy a vintage Polaroid even more!!!!