Merry Mid-Week slump to all! Along with having a usual tired old Wednesday I've also received one of my mock examinations results back and of course it had to be the worst of them all, Maths. But oh well I'll have to improve.
But now it's time to move on to the last day of London Fashion Week sadly.
Simone Rocha opened the day with another beautifully classic collection. A distinct level of feminine grace and purity that is so like her father's style. Perhaps this collection differs from that of her father's because it appears to be more modern and styled to be more adaptable and wearable for younger women.
Dublin born Paul Costelloe incorporated a similar purity and elegance that seemed to be a common trend this LFW. Tweeds, well fitted coats, collars and buttons donated a demure and mature aesthetic to this collection.
Roksanda Ilinic's collection this year was very dynamic with hints of feminine silhouettes and soft colours and modern twists.
Tata-Naka gave us retro printed and colourful looks. A very charming and youthful collection.
Ostwald Helgason collection was short and sweet. An exotic and Eastern theme was obvious with silk patterned fabrics and origami prints.
So London is packed up and gone for another few months and what a week it was? Seems to me that pure and sleek silhouettes in bold or deep toned colours with patterned or lined detailing are up for this Fall season.
Thanks for reading,