Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
10 March 2016
29 February 2016
Computers gave Anya Hindmarch all sorts of ideas, starting with a spectacular set composed of 120 metre-square cubes which came to life, moved around, then retreated into a pulsing dream state.
28 February 2016
25 February 2016
Barrow sees no reason to compartmentalise her creative expression or the differing branches of her eponymous brand.
Elongated lines, well-judged leather accents and arresting appliqué on some of the cuffs provided little novelty, but were wholly desirable.
Inspired by Thierry Mugler’s couture shapes, Molly Goddard’s collection consisted of rushing and ruffles, ‘Sunday Best’ party dresses and satiny shifts.
Inspired by sculpture, Faustine Steinmetz’s collection consisted of fuzzy Pan-like leggings and ribbed-tunics that enabled wearers to sculpt them around their bodies.
Impressive woven monochrome intarsias and an oxblood leather apron dress worn over a white shirt were clear standouts.
The aesthetic mainstay of Rejina Pyo’s collection was easily accessible, grown-up glamour aimed at women who want to be tastefully off-beat.
24 February 2016
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