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In the previous post we have discussed about the innovative trends on London Fashion Week 2014. As we discussed earlier, the emergence of appealing trends like oxblood gave earthy looks and designers took it very seriously.
The make-up done is pale and unappealing, done on purpose to highlight the hues of the dresses.
Also some designers took their geometry class very seriously and their collection was a walk down the memory lane with monochromatic styles integrated into both prints and shape. Amongst all, the most original application of the above trend was of Christopher Kane. Also Roksanda and Jonathan Saunders’s championed this trend in a rather bold way.
Similarly many out of the box trends appeared on the ramp, these fresh pieces looked fabulous and they stirred sensation throughout the week. Some designers lived folk lore fantasies by assembling a very highly dramatic look compiled with huge-oversized ponchos which created a hot and sizzling air on the ramp. Burberry changed course from its military inspired collection. High earthy looks were common and the ponchos were made of scratchy blanket stuff.
Designer Mary Katrantzou shifted her focus this year from her famous digital prints and brought forward crochet-heavy embroidery which up classed the street fashion. The dresses, this week had an experimenting edge and to the surprise of many people were also very receptive.
If you are thinking that only sober dresses dominated the ramp then you might wanna check out the high voltage collection that dripped glamour presented by who else than Tom Ford. His colors fantasized with the college jersey as well as the fenzy looking corporate day dresses.
Also Clemmens Ribeiro’s digital designs totally became the show stopper of the day. There was nothing in these power-packed fruity dresses that could be resented.
The novel trends seen on the ramp were from different categories of fashion, some inspired by the trends of yesteryear while others renovated those things that were earlier not even considered to be of any use in fashion. Maybe that’s what it’s called invention. What do you think about the ‘innovation’ on the London Fashion Week? Also stay tuned for the next part in which I will discuss about the dresses that failed to impress the crowd.