Malaysian label Cassey Gan, celebrates SS19 and takes inspiration from British artist David Hockney. Using graphics, and detachable layers, this collection is more practical than you might first assume, and clashing prints, reminiscent of eighties video games actually work well when mixed up.
DDFC X FAD
The glamour pusses amongst us, will love the DDFC x FAD which showcased the Egyptian label Three Fifty Nine by Marwa Sayed. The catwalk collection was glamorous, confident and luxurious. Flowing frocks, statement sleeves and cigarette pants, are perfect for a sexy summer in the city.
A welcome return to LFW, Isham had definitely a lot to catch up with, and sent out a vast collection of ultra-fem womenswear and complementary menswear.
Clashing prints only added to the kitsch appeal, and seventies inspired dresses, metallic fringing and wearable swimwear sashayed down the catwalk, all set for a weekend on a yacht in St Tropez.
Showing at LFW after a hiatus in New York, Breton did not fail to wow. His showgirls collection, did what it says on the tin.
Inspired by the Ziegfeld Follies and tales of his grandmother’s days as a showgirl and opera singer, there were high luxe fabrics, including sequins, feathers and brocade combined in floor sweeping gowns, tuxedos and opera coats. Grown up dressing up at its best.
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