22 September 2011

London Fashion Week spring 2012

In world of clothes it’s hard to create something different. System that is teaching us to individuality fails when it comes to every aspect of creating. So this new century is not so much about discovery or innovation but more about how to transform old into new in sophisticated manner. We learned lot of times that dress is not just a pretty cloth that you wrap around yourself to cover your body so other people wouldn’t point fingers and laugh at you. Dress is like a song, painting or book, the accurate mode to articulate our state of mind.
In sea of everything mixed-up, I believe that the state of mind can stay serene without losing interesting vibe. That’ s the reason why I pointed out designers from above. For well-rounded completeness, you need more skills than to make something loud that will on the first catch your eye. Some designers presented on London Fashion Week showed that can be possible. Take Peter Jensen as example; his graphic print looks hundred times more sensual than someone’s Liberty print that’s not used fine. Jensen made the collection that’s full of mix in very lovely way. Broderie Anglaise dresses and animal print trousers in the same closet? Yes that’s possible when you have good style. With careful use of basic colors with few shades of blue and orange he made his point of what a summer should look like.
Christopher Kane, that during past seasons was doing his own voyage to the stars and nebulas landed. Not on the harsh ground, but to beautiful garden where everything is luminous and shines.For a lady that loves to read in garden and walk around, has ensured Erdem Moralioğlu with delicate gloves and hats made of lace. Mulberry collection between the bright equipment for rainy London summer and bags showed some starry embellishments and the sensual transparency of chiffon. The sheer maxi skirt and matching sweater in green shades? The score. Jonathan Saunders started with very bright prints, then broke the color with few spots and moved to faded colors and prints. Fabric with silky glance and look of vintage California postcard? Seems very possible. As for dresses made of metallic fabrics, that didn’t have such a good reputation over the years, those will find at last their place under the moon on summer night. Especially good metallic dresses were at Giles, so equally appealing were feminine silhouettes with cutouts and fringe dresses in flapper style. So who said that disco queen needs to look like a clown?

10 comments:

FASHION ICE said...

how gorg is mulberrry!!

Haute World said...

You captured the spirit of LFW perfectly and what a brilliant collage as always. The sheer Mulberry maxis are probably my favorite. Also love what Giles did this time around.

Helen said...

I love the way you have laid this post out. Lovely

Cassidy said...

Love this post. I really like the collage you made. It's so inspiring!

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Nana said...

you see everything in a prettier light XD I love the looks you've picked :))

Margaux said...

gorgeous love the collage

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