LFW, Part 3: Jean-Pierre Braganza, Meadham Kirchhoff, Emilio de la Morena, Mark Fast, and Mary Katrantzou


Meadham Kirchhoff, what can I say... I love this collection. It's the frothiest, clowniest, most bizarre thing I've seen lately, and it's fantastic. It's like English schoolgirl meets Egg magazine. I actually wouldn't mind wearing some of the things here, like the checkered jumper with the eyes, and the heart sweater with the rainbow on it. Like I've said before, I'm not a fan of pastels unless they're all mixed together, and I think this collection does a good job of that. I don't think I'll be trying out those hairstyles any time soon, though.


The two dresses in the middle, can I have them, please??


(Individual pics from style.com)

More LFW! Giles, Holly Fulton, House of Holland, and Jaeger London

Seriously, we can't escape metallics. 'Nuff said.

Y'know, I'm a huge Holly Fulton fan, but I wasn't really feeling this collection.

House of Holland: kooky as usual, but this is one of the best, most cohesive collections of his, I think.


London Fashion Week... which happened ages ago

Yeah, I know I'm about 8,000 years late with these posts/reviews, but I still want to post them up. Sorry I haven't been around much... I've been feeling burnt out and uninspired. To top it off, I have been violently ill for the past 5 days. :(

But on to happier topics -- here comes the fashion!

So Danielle Scutt was inspired in part by Tupac and Biggie, which is literally the most random shit ever. However, what's shown above is really, really nice. I quite like this spangly material she's used for the skirt and top, and I especially like the dress with the t-shirt appliqued on it... I wonder if it's detachable (I guess that'd be an easy DIY).


So, seriously guys -- metallics are going to be big. They could be star-like, like the fabrics used at Danielle Scutt, holographic like the ones at David Koma, or just straight up metallic like the ones you see just above at Felder Felder. Personally, I like all three... which do you prefer?

A few other things of note at Felder Felder: a more delicate -- and perhaps more wearable -- harness, layered sheers, and the omnipresent studs (not that I'm complaining. I'd probably stud my underwear if it wouldn't be insanely uncomfortable).