London Fashion Week
February 24, 2014
London Fashion Week blew in fresh from New York last week and has subsequently hurried on to Milan after blowing our minds like a whirlwind fling. So weren’t we lucky when an invite arrived on our doorstep to the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion show. Long have we poured over fashion week – watching it all unfurl on screen – but now we had the opportunity to get up close and personal to some of the most cutting edge young, British trained, designers. Lucky us!
The show was opened Teruhiro Hasegawa (a recipient of the Jane Rapley Scholarship fund which was set up to assist MA students through their studies) who offered up boxy, square shapes with pseudo religious references. The futuristic nun look continued through several other collections like Michael Powers chicken wire spiked masks that could have almost been crowns. The latter, along with Proscar without prescription Ondrej Adamek were joint recipients for the L’Oreal Professionel Creative Award which was judged by alumni Christopher Kane.
The overall theme was of structural silhouettes embellished with surface texture or details. With each of the 11 Clonidine without prescription students showing each had a strongly ownable aesthetic whether it be tribal military, layered heavy stitching or space-age origami. The music was powerful, the models focused and the fashion challenging. Just the way we like it. Here are some pics from the show.
See the full-collections here