LFW; The Unexpected Mr Williamson

Matthew Williamson’s woman is all partied out and ready to be a grown up. This was one of the most surprising moments in London fashion week, and a very good one at that. This collection had me doing a double take. Right? Finally! Mr Williamson emerges. Look after look, girl after girl…Clean. GASP. Cool. GASP.…

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LFW; King Kane.

Christopher Kane is having a moment. With bright lights and pompoms to boot. And with the power of PPR behind him, this is just the beginning of great things to come, judging by the star collection he turned out. His is, a talent certain to go far beyond his Topshop collaborations. He did that, and…

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LFW; An Appropriateness- Wickstead, Saunders and Rocha.

Remember that age old advise from mother on dressing up? Chest or legs never both? This was a lesson in perfecting appropriation; even when something is on show, there is an illusion of propriety. The Wickstead woman is a snob, an upper class snob and she works it in her look. Her superiority is enchanting and somewhat…

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LFW; An Understated Confidence by Richard Nicoll

Richard Nicoll is feeling for the new kind of cool woman and this is how he wants to dress her. I ain’t mad at that. Nothing is sexier than a confident woman. This was easy rider meets super high fashion which resulted in a most appealing form that stopped a good several inches shy of…

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