So here I am, London Fashion Week has finished. I'm sad and wishing really hard to be able to work within the fashion industry full time.
But focusing on the positive and enlightening experience the past four days were in a chronological order to my experience.
I found that the collection presented by Dr. Pam Hogg, was challenging and disruptive, almost as been immerse in a colorful and exotic cirque, where the bright colors and shapes and textures that crawl onto the models bodies. It's almost like John Waters would create fashion. I just want to finish this post with a phrase from her Ted Talk which I believe sums up her work:
"I allow my ideas to collide and take me somewhere I never dream off".
As I confess on the post I did talking about her show, it wasn't possible for me to make any photos. But I'm using some from LFW website.
On Sunday I attended the presentation from Steven Tai. Have to admit that deeply enjoyed the censorial experience. There was a "beach like" set up and you could walk around and across the scenario where the models would have a chilled or amused attitude: dancing to the music, snapping photos of the audience and they would change positions across the different spots.
Now, when thinking about the collection, it's filled with light and beautiful elements that put the mindset on an eternal summer state. Stripes mixed with bright colours in asimetric garments, an authentic delight.
This Catwalk was so exciting as well. Talented younger(ish) creators, bringing to life spectacular pieces of work. I will allow the art talk by itself, please see the videos below.
Just a quick recap, because I also hope to get individual interviews with each designer, to share their creative process here.
Hope you enjoyed this post and please comment on your experience about London Fashion Week or your ideas about this post!
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