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Today we are going to be exploring some of my personal highlights for day 2 of London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2015.
So for the next 15 minutes, sit back, relax and join me as we foresee into the fashion future and look upon the wonders that await us next year!
Bright florals, pastel colours and nipped in waistlines characterises the new collection for designer Orla Kiely this year. Her catwalk is inspired by fun, feminine looks that speak of being young and carefree with a youth of classic style.
Look One: Model is wearing a pair of black sandals that strap around the ankle with a large daisy placed in the centre. This is paired with a light blue a line skirt with a white square pattern and black buttons on the left hand side. This is paired with a light blue boxy bag and a short sleeved shirt in a base colour of white with an inky black formal pattern on it imitating an allium.
Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of light, baby pink t bar flats with embossed detailing to the front, along with a little black bag and a short sleeved, light blue shirt dress with black buttons and a waist belt to give you a siched in waist.
Look Three: model is wearing a pair of tan platform t bar shoes with a large flower detailing to the front, along with a short sleeved, light pink patterned a line dress with a black underskirt. This is finished off with a light pink tote bag.
Lulu & Co
Bright oranges, deep blues, wild prints and elements of Ancient Egyptian style marks the bold collection of Lulu & Co.
Look One: Mode is wearing a pair of light pink and coral court heel shoes, teamed with a pair of deep bleu and orange 3/4 length trousers. This is teamed with a brightly metallic coloured top and over this is a bright orange crop top with a cut out overall in the centre.
Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of orange and deep bleu patterned court heel shoes, along with a pair of black mini shorts with a blue material detailing to the bottom of the shorts. Combined with this the model is waring a deep jade green oversized t shirt, with a Egyptian hyrogelthic eye printed in the centre.
House of Holland
Bright colours, wild floral prints and embellishment are the trademarks of one of my favourites designers Henri Holland and his new collection for Spring/ Summer 2015.
Look One: Model is wearing a pair of deep red and pink shoes, along with a sleeveless, shift dress in a base colour of orange in a metallic finish embroidered with different shaped flowers in colours of light pink, deep green, blue and dark red.
Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of black and orange ganders which strap around the foot and one black strap runs across the front. This is paired with a pair of light wash, low rise, upturned jeans with an embroidered floral print in colours of acid green, deep red, bright blue and pink. This is paired with a long sleeved, classic neck sweater in a base colour of nude with a coral paisley print and light pink flower print covering the top in an entirety. The look is finished off with a shoulder bag detailed with brightly coloured flowers.
Look Three: Model is wearing a pair of black and deep red sandals which strap in diagonal directions across the feet. This is teamed with a metallic coloured grab bag and a long sleeved shift dress. The torso is in a leafy green colour with largely shaped flowers in alternating shapes in colours of red, coral and light pink. The arms and high collar of the dress are in a light pink shade (the same as the flower print) with golden, yellow flowers on the arms and neckline.
Look Four: Model is wearing a pair of black sandals, combed with a pair of long tailored, low rise trousers in a leafy green colour with a large follow pattern in colours of light pink ,coral, red and bright yellow.This is paired with a top in a different floral pattern in the appearance of small pansies in the same colour palette as the trousers. Added to this is a classic cut, long sleeved blazer in the same pattern as the trousers. Finally the look is completed with a cross body bag in with a long strap in colours of yellow, blue and red.
True artwork on clothing, that is what I see when I look at the new range from Marchessa for Sprint/ Summer 2015. Floral crowns, flowing dresses, floral embroidery and light pigments is what categorises this beautiful collection for next year.
Look one: Model is wearing a blair of white, platform strap on sandals, this is paid with a white dress in the appearance of a kaftan with a v neckline and a loose fitting shape. The dress is embellished with white lace and a red and peach rose pattern on the dress. The look is finished with a light floral crown.
Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of white platform sandals combined with a light pink, silk jumpsuit which is sleeveless and features a halter neck neckline. The jumpsuit features a large floral print in delicate shades of light pink, light green and yellow that blend in the the colour of the jumpsuit itself.
Look Three: Model is wearing a pair of silver show, combined with a deep magenta maxi dress with kimono 3/4 length sleeves and a v neckline with an embellished floral print in a climbing flower design in colours of green, yellow, orange and pink.
Look Four: Model is wearing a long trailing silvery grey dress with a flowing, full skirt made in lairs of a chiffon type material from the bottom of the hem begins a beautiful climbing flower print in colours of green, light yellow, white and light pink that continues up to the torso which is a flattering design of a low neckline, with no sleeves. But, instead a beautiful sheer material that drapes across the torso of the dress both back and front. The look is finished off with a floral crown in the same colour palette as the dress giving the appearance of a Midsummer Nights Dream inspired look.
So, that concludes Day 2 of London Fashion Week, I really hope you enjoyed it!.
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