Saturday, 22 September 2012

Sparkle Style's Top Twenty LFW Shows! Xx


Picking up the pace - stepping up the cool,
LFW is hot - it is really happening.

This last LFW was incredible with a 
mixture of sleek chic, 
and bubbling creativity.



With the dizzying news that 
Mister Ford may be actually
considering to choose
 London to make his comeback
to the show scene next Season,
the British Fashion Council, under the helm of the 
wondrousness that is Natalie Massanet,
will really put something together
that will absolutely tell the World 
about British Fashion.

Check my Post for a vision of what is to come:

Here is Sparkle Style's top twenty LFW shows
in no particular order 
but of course starting with

Burberry Prorsum
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Mulberry

With Kate Moss, Alexa Chung and Lana del Ray 
in the Front Row
at Claridges Ballroom the Mulberry Show
was a major Event.
Emma Hill the Creative Director had taken her inspiration
for the colour palette from a picture of ice lollies
Mint, Vanilla, Caramel and Tangerine.
The silhouette is very seventies - 
wide lapels and wide leg trousers.
Prints are the most wonderful mix of floral
in English Country Garden Style with lizards, and metallic
flowers that looked Chinese style.
We adore the crepe de chine with soft leather biker jackets,
 and the new Willow Bag

 

























 Jasper Conran

The models walked down astro turf. 
This was an uptown trailer trash look -
bare feet with $200 blow dries
- we love! Xx































Christopher Kane













































 Vivienne Westwood Red Label














Giles

Love this show more and more each time I look at it.
Beautifully put together, very subtle details and
the girls are completely beautiful and unique.
Love the Makeup - simple
minimal around the eyes and this fabulous
deep matt schiaperelli pink on the lips
just completely clean natural hair

loving the lace up satin shoes even with ball gowns



















Antonio Berardi
























 




Peter Pilotto

The King of Print went Venetian with his

Botticelli girls made up just like Venus

































Erdem























  Jonathan Saunders

We love the colour palette, and the 
bias cut panelled dresses are just gorgeous.
We can feel the disco fever.
It makes us want to be part of Studio 54
all over again! Xx
































 Mary Katrantzou

















Preen

A welcome back to London for Preen.
Love this collection which metamorphosed in sheer layers
in the most subtle natural shades 
from reptile print to snakeskin through rose print to lace
- beautiful! Xx
















































 Julien Macdonald



























Meadham Kirchoff




























House of Holland













Louise Gray
















Alice Temperley






















 Roksanda Ilincic















Issa






















 David Koma



































Until next time J Xx




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