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The final day of London Fashion Week was all about youthful ideals and teen romance, kicking off at 9am with Marques’Almeida. This duo has slowly and steadily built an appealing aesthetic that riffs on tattered-edged insousiance of a bygone kind. While earlier collections were rooted in nineties grunge, AW14 takes its essence from New York’s Chelsea Hotel and its famous 1970s inhabitants. The models’ Patti Smith-style bird’s nest hair matched the fuzzy furry stoles and shoes, while the colour palette was surprisingly upbeat – complemented by primary-coloured MAC paint ringing the eyes. Continue reading
More snippets from LFW…
London Fashion Week is famous for its surprises and its mix of commercial shows by Paul Smith, Nicole Farhi and Jasper Conran are nicely balanced by the interactive, multi-sensory theatre of other designers. Richard Nicoll chose to present a hybrid of showroom, shoot and show while McQ by McQueen’s theatrical show had an element of audience participation at the end. Continue reading
Food is the new fashion so forgive me for getting excited over the following foodie news:
PENHALIGON’S FOR MEADHAM KIRCHHOFF SCENTED CHOCOLATES!
Lucky front row show-goers (not me then) at the Meadham Kirchhoff show are in for a multi-sensory treat. As is becoming their ‘thing’, the models, collection and shows space will be spritzed with Penhaligon’s romantic Eau San Pareil but to add an extra twist, fashion editors can chomp on exclusive scented chocolates specially created by The Chocolate Tree. Hmmph, as if they don’t get enough perks… Continue reading