Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2018
20 September 2017
The collection was highly desirable, but there were hints of Céline-isms that the designer must take care to iron out.
At its core, the collection was a wardrobe of basics, but the designers abstracted each piece with clever pattern cutting and the out-of-focus styling played effectively with memory.
19 September 2017
The designer's debut runway outing deconstructed and re-constructed the ultimate staples with her textural weaving technique to winning effect.
The collection was sweet and saccharine, but the designer knowns when to dial down embellishment and frou-frou to avoid looking indulgent.
The designer took inspiration from African-American culture, but the casting of the show failed to keep pace, resulting in a missed opportunity.
The collection was all about uniforms, but the recurrence of holiday clothes only served to confuse things.
18 September 2017
This season, the designers brought an altogether sexier edge to their repertoire.
The tropical-hued collection was much less complicated than in the past, with simple shapes, silhouettes and a strong emphasis on print.
This season, the British high street brand made some dramatic changes to its fashion show strategy, doing away with Topshop Unique and adopting a younger tone.
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