A Celebration – Celebrating fifteen years of his label, Matthew Williamson presented a fall 2012 collection that is as nostalgic as it is current. A color palette of turquoise, plum, citrus orange and dark chartreuse provided a rich variety with a combination of Williamson’s signature print work on display. Tailored trousers, lightweight gowns and above-the-knee skirts dominated the runway. Glittering sequins decorated the occasional dress paired with metallic fabric. The show closed with a partially sheer gown worn by Maryna Linchuk that was adorned with large crystals.
Unique’s Military Chic – Topshop Unique tapped into the fall season’s trend of military inspired pieces for its latest collection presented during London Fashion Week. Models hit the runway in army green, dark plum, ash grey and black. Silhouettes were lax yet modern with a rock and roll vibe that took hemlines to the upper thigh. Layering was a must for autumn with long coats placed on top of lightweight dresses and slouchy trousers. A vast change from last season’s Egyptian themed show, Unique appears to be growing up beginning with fall 2012.
Farhi’s London Woman – For fall 2012, Nicole Farhi chose to make clothes for the modern woman with a moody outing of tailored jackets, form-fitting skirts and elegant dresses. A far cry from last season’s pastel hues–autumn was all about sleek, streamlined silhouettes in shades of dark emerald, black, ivory and bronze. The heavy outerwear was paired with thin belts around the waist, charcoal stockings and leather gloves. Farhi embellished the strong shapes with glittering sequins and paillettes, bringing a glamorous edge to the structured shapes.
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Sirens in Motion – Following up a stunning story in print, Kai Z. Feng releases a behind the scenes look at his work for Stockholm S/S/A/W’s cover shoot starring Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, Katrin Thormann and Amanda Norgaard. With art direction by Jakob Hedberg, the lovely trio is haunting in pale, lightweight looks styled by James Valeri.
Three Sirens – The latest issue of Swedish magazine, Stockholm, gets off to a good start with three stunning covers shot by Kai Z. Feng. A trio of models including Amanda Norgaard, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen and Katrin Thormann hypnotize in the effortless stylings of James Valeri. / Hair by Roberto Di Cuia, Makeup by Valery Gherman
Femme Cool – Made for the younger set, Chloe’s See collection offers slouchy shapes with vibrant accents for summer 2011. Worn by Dorothea Barth Jorgensen, See brings ultra-femininity into the new decade in the form of pleats, bows and ruffles.
Dorothea Barth Jorgensen stars in a sultry yet unconventional beauty story for the latest Exit Magazine. In front of Hugh Lippe’s lens, Dorothea transforms under the direction of hair stylist Jeff Francis and makeup artist Kristin Gallegos in The London Hang-up. / Styling by Farah Pidgeon
With spring in full swing, Barneys releases their last catalogue for the season. Juxtaposing great style with humor, quirky setups create dramatic backdrops for a serious lot of girls that include Viktoriya Sasonkina, Nimue Smith and Dorothea Barth. Taking on the season’s casual offerings, Barneys CO-OP’s The Look showcases a chic selection of Alexander Wang, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Rag & Bone and others.
Bon cover girl Dorothea Barth-Jorgensen embraces her role as a tomboy for the magazine’s winter issue. Photographed by Andreas Larsson, a delightful Dorthea is joined by Sara Blomqvist, Charlie Westerberg, Frida Gustavsson, Mimmi Soderstrom, Lady Oscar, Wiktor Hansson, Linus Gustin and Emilia Nilsson. Charged with the task of styling such a large cast is are Naomi Itkes, Robert Rydberg and Marcus Soder.