I love Fashion Week London. For the rest of gateways, you know more or less what you will see (especially in these times of crisis, all proposals seem too commercial and salable), but there is always risk in London, there is always innovation, always has that extravagant point that leaves you a little KO. These are the most interesting shows what you saw yesterday in London:
A classic collection with day clothes and night gowns metariales such as velvet, leather, to suede, and wool, which are stained burgundy, gold, blue and black night. A parade across all clubs to please all types of clientele.
Sass & Bide
One of the highlights of the first day: red, yellow and black for a complete collection formed with practical baggy suits and short jackets, short dresses well built (hugging silhouette and draw shapes trimmed in silver tones) and beautiful gowns that make openings sexy its main component.
A colorful collection: jackets style of the 60s in strong colors like yellow or fuchsia print dresses and cocktail dresses to extravagant taste of the early eighties. Amid such overdose of color, something to offset the deep black surfeit of bunting.
Central Saint Martins, the designers of the future
London is the center of the young designers. This show presents its first proposals, which need to know risk and bring something different to a Fashion Week already cutting edge and taste for novelty and creativity gained a very high ladder. Who knows if among these architectural forms, including those origami pleats and metallic fabrics are those future McQueen, Galliano and McCartney.
After that exotic name hides a Turkish designer has set in a modernized '20s, but still based ethereal chiffon, silk, delicate fabrics in raw tones, and retrieves items like corsets and skins romantic and feminine clothes.