KTZ was all monochrome and modern tribal print at London Fashion Week today. This showstopping collection is a flawless knit of urban couture topped off with glinting jewels and bold textures.
Mary Katrantzou proved she is not a one trick pony with her new collection for fall/winter 2014. Gone were the digital prints of yore and in was a lush regalia of emblems: tiny tvs, hearts, squirrels, clocks…
Burberry Prorsum's show was pure and utter effortless lounge chic. But type of lounge that you could wear to a super fancy event! There were knits, there were scarves, there were flowing printed dresses.
Take a step into the poetic fashion world of John Rocha. True to form his mainly monochrome collection featured voluminous skirts, clunky shoes and the most chic theatrical tulle embellishments.
Rising Ukraine talent Yasya Minochkina presents her Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook in which the pieces are sophisticated and minimalistic, a bit sporty and edgy.
LFW: Meadham Kirchhoff Spring/Summer 2014
The Meadham Kirchoff Spring 2014 show was nothing short of incredible. Named ‘Ante Dominai’ (a typo for ‘Ante Domini’ – “the time before God”), the collection brought together sartorial tropes from different historical periods to engender a celebration of fashion and femininity.
LFW: KTZ Spring/Summer 2014
KTZ offered some great pieces this season: graphic monochrome contrasted with diaphanous, billowing outerwear, and a selection of geometric floral prints reminiscent of Islamic mosaics.