22 février 2015 ~ 0 Commentaire

Fashion Week Filtered: London Fashion Week


We’re combing through the shows to bring you the best in catwalk moments, street style looks and celebrity sightings

BY Alice Newbold, Bibby Sowray, Olivia Bergin and Katy Young | 21 February 2015

J.W.Anderson’s Eighties party

Jonathan Anderson knows just how to mainline on a certain kind of fashion that is so wrong it is sure to be on every fashion obsessed girl’s (and boy’s) lust list next season, says style director Tamsin Blanchard. He is from the school of ‘wrong’ fashion – which is never a bad thing. Read the full report here

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Photos: Isidore Montag

Getting to know Rejina Pyo

Rejina Pyo’s autumn/winter 2015 collection might have been inspired by never-ending deserts and jaunts to California’s Joshua Tree, but practicality was at its core. Both woollen and leather skirts and coats were irreversible, while zips were stitched in cigarette pants to form wide-legged alternatives. Acid flashes of yellow and metallics, meanwhile, will ensure we don’t tire of such ‘sensible’ fashion.


Holly Fulton’s entitled ladies

She believes that one should be dripping in diamonds and can never be too overdressed – at least that’s what Scottish designer Holly Fulton’s latest collection appeared to spell out.


Photos: Isidore Montag

Fluffy tails at Markus Lupfer

Those looking for Lupfer’s slogan sweaters will have felt a little lost at today’s presentation. In place of the punchy sequinned sayings were rabbits; real life ones at that. Joining the bunnies in the secret garden setting were gnomes, fawns and deer on the models’ jacquard print bomber jackets and tunics; each of which was worn over a polo neck (our favourite seasonal styling tip). The highlight apart from Lupfer’s fur ball friends? The bold daisy-shaped shades designed in collaboration with Linda Farrow.


Photo: MarkusLupfer/Instagram


Photo: Isidore Montag

Emilia Wickstead’s belles

You can tell that Wickstead’s clothes are designed by a woman for women. These waist-celebrating, A-line dresses and tweed jumpsuits are made to be slipped on with a slick of lipstick and fabulous hair – no fussing, altering or self-consciousness required.


Photos: Isidore Montag

Kate Moss, after dark beauty at Holly Fulton

Andrew Gallimore for MAC alongside hair stylist James Pecis for L’Oreal Paris, dreamt up hair and make-up

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