Giles’ Swan Lake Spring – Giles Deacon presented a cheeky yet elegant outing for his namesake label’s spring 2012 collection. The British designer appeared to be inspired by Swan Lake with bird-like headpieces, intricate cutouts, feathers, swan patterns and silvery metallics hinting at a moonlit night. Ranging from flashy day-wear to voluminous gowns, the Giles… [Read More]
Burberry Bold – No doubt, one of the most anticipated shows of London Fashion Week, the Burberry Prorsum spring 2012 collection was unveiled underneath the helm of creative chief officer Christopher Bailey with bold color and shape. The ensembles came in a myriad of hues ranging from deep mauve to asparagus green. With structured parkas,… [Read More]
A review of the Burberry Prorsum spring 2012 collection will be posted later today, but in the meantime here is a behind the scenes look of the craftsmanship behind the latest season. Sketches of the sculpted parkas, military inspired jackets and trenches take shape as well as the sewing technique behind the garments.
Kane’s 60s Spring – Christopher Kane caught on to this season’s trend of sixties revival for his spring 2012 show presented during London Fashion Week. A collection inspired by childhood and youth, models walked down the runway in iridescent fabrics featuring floral patterns and structured shapes. Highlights included crystal embellished tops, chic cut-outs and sheer… [Read More]
Williamson’s Eastern Spring – Matthew Williamson showed a masterful display of color and pattern for his spring 2012 collection. Featuring bohemian inspired prints with a hint of eastern flair, the Williamson girl moves from daytime elegance to nighttime glamour with feather embellished dresses, form-fitting pants and fringed tassels doubling as belts. Pages: 1 2 3