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An early glimpse of the new fashion trends is always exhilarating, especially when the runway styles can easily be seen as real life alternatives and the Emilio de la Morena brand has worked to bring this exact concept into reality for spring 2012. With femininity as a core concept, the collection designed by the brand combined simplicity and subtlety into lust-worthy creations that undoubtedly attracted attention and favorable reviews. With subtle style details such as cutouts, sheer details or eclectic prints, the skirts and dresses spotte... Read More
Some of the most important labels in the fashion industry are ready to wow us with their latest creations, however getting an exclusive peek of the hottest collections even before they are officially presented is every true fashionista's dream. ACNE is one of the brands that has offered customers the chance of a quick preview and the looks are a clear indication of the fact that missing the show would be a real shame. For the upcoming season, ACNE takes a break from the ultra feminine vibe that seems to have flooded both New York Fashion Wee... Read More
Classy combos, clearly planned proportions, subtle prints and accessories dominated on the Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring 2012 collection presented during London Fashion Week. The looks presented carried a rather subdued tone, being classy with a modern touch. The drama that the label has gotten us used to over the years is still being sensed and spotted in the eye makeup choices as well as in the hair styling alternatives presented. Though not really suitable to wear in real life circumstances, they add a fun, eclectic touch to the look... Read More
Elegance, carefully selected color combos, subtle textural mixes that instantly create several interest focal points and creative accessory choices were some of the style concepts that could be noticed at the Burberry Prorsum fashion show yesterday during London Fashion Week. The presentation of the luxury label has brought together a myriad of A-list celebrities such as Kanye West, Andy Murray, Samantha Cameron or Sienna Miller who gave their own concise raving review of the collection: “It was un-be-lievable”. A more modest statement regar... Read More
As the London Fashion Week progresses, the conservative tone of most collections presented so far is becoming more and more apparent. If feminine vibes unquestionably dominated the New York Fashion Week, the slightly masculine look is starting to regain some power for the spring summer 2012 season. The myriad of neutral tones throughout the collection suggests a high emphasis on versatile pieces that can be easily mixed and matched for a classy flawless outfit. Prints are kept at a minimum and the preference for highly structural, geometric ... Read More
Alice Temperley brings back the power of vintage glamour with her new fashion collection presented during the London Fashion Week. Wrap dresses, negligee style pieces, cut outs, stylish jumpsuits are taken to the next level through the fabrics, details as well as intricate lace embellishments. There is a high energy exuded from the Temperley London spring 2012 collection, so if you're looking for some stylish fashion items to underline your femininity, incredible style and individuality, take a peek at the following designs and pick your fav... Read More
If you're all about originality, you're going to love the latest fashion collection signed House of Holland for spring 2012 presented at the London Fashion Week as it comes with elements that are urban inspired but with a quirky twist. Henry Holland's vision of spring 2012 fashion seems to be inspired by skinheads and punk rockers, designs infused with fun colors, prints and plenty of femininity. Fashion should be fun and pose as a perfect method of self expression, so why not underline your amazing style with the help of amazingly fashionab... Read More
A touch of femininity among the multitude of masculine vibes seen so far during the London Fashion Week is what the Giles label has decided to use in order to make a lasting impression on the audience and fashion critics alike. With a definite intention to focus on sophisticated glamorous outfits and to become instantly memorable, the designer was quick to point out that his intention was not to draw inspiration from the 'Black Swan'. Shiny accents with a discreet edgy touch, eclectic cutouts, cygnet prints and an emphasis on volume as a way... Read More
Designer duo Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke joined their forces to create a wonderful polished fashion collection with a little bit of a twist given through their signature digital prints for the spring 2012 season. Basso & Brook celebrate the new season with well polished, simple designs which received a boost of sophistication through prints and color. The collection oozes chicness from first glimpse, as the stylish dresses, pants and blazers fit well together as flirty jumpsuits pose as a perfect match for every fashion-forward wo... Read More
Jonathan Saunders proves once again why prints made him famous. The Scottish born fashion and print designer presented his spring 2012 collection at the London Fashion Week and we must admit that all the prettiness seen on the catwalk represented a real delight to the eye. A special paisley-like print was used on delicate shades and on graduated colour washes. 'Harmony' was the key word, with adorable hues gorgeously complementing those feminine silhouettes. "I’ve been toying with the idea of 'pretty'," the designer explained. The J... Read More
According to Mulberry, next summer will definitely be a cutesy affair. The legendary brand that celebrated its 40th birthday this year amazes us with a spectacular show for its spring 2012 collection presented at London Fashion Week. "It was all about my memories of the English seaside as a kid in the Seventies. We sat on the beach with [raincoats] over our swimming costumes, and ate fish and chips," said Emma Hill, Mulberry’s creative director. Once again, the luxury brand proves why it was considered the darling of the fashion ind... Read More