Article: Darling George for 55factory.
MARK FAST is the Master of Knits. Long tassels and short skirts are a great combination in our eyes.
DANS LA VIE offered a new level of streetwear. Camo print and denim reminds us of our mis-spent nineties youth. Now re-jigged for the next generation.
MALAN BRETON is the name for sophistication. Power dressing, PVC and prints. If you want to make a statement, look no further.
ROCKY STAR always has a nod to his Bollywood roots, and this season does not disappoint. The show shimmered with hues of gold, platinum and bronze, as his models stomped down the catwalk looking like oriental princesses.
GREEN CODE offer a modern version on sports luxe. Oversized jackets lined with faux fur and PVC separates nod to the nineties, but have a modern vibe.
PAUL COSTELLOE set toes tapping in the beautiful Waldorf Hotel with his sixties inspired collection. A-line dresses and super short twinsets nestled with prim slim skirts and even more PVC.
DUMPTY showed a cosmetic surgery inspired collection. Using banding to illustrate stitches, the colour palette was equally unsubtle; With leatherette, PU and knitwear nestling for attention in a mash up of contrasts, perfect for the Y generation.
SHARON WAUCHOB chose to show in the stunning surroundings of a church, with stained glass windows adding to the atmosphere of her moody collection. Grungy layering was more noughties than nineties, and Wauchob played with dimensions, waterfall hems and suiting.
JAMIE WE HUANG presented graphic twin sets which are perfect for a summer picnic, with a mostly easy to wear collection. T shirts and pin-striped denim seemed are bound to be a hit, but the long-line double-breasted blazer (worn as a dress), and baggy trousers/mac combo will be my summer winner.