It was 10:15 am on Monday 18th Febuary when Paul Costelloe showcased the latest autumnal looks for AW19, located this season at the luxurious Simpsons during London Fashion Week, a perfect location for the well established Irish designer.
Paul Costelloe has a distinctive style, one which focuses on tailored shapes, feminine designs and textured fabrics, creating a sophisticated look throughout each garment.
Military references where present through jackets made of pure Italian wool, the use of floral fabrics, Aran knitwear and woven prints created an opulent look. Details included ruffles, billowing sleeves, pleats, oversized bows, and fish hemlines.
Each look was accessorised with black heeled boots, models wore their hair in a slick back high bun with natural makeup.
Overall Paul Costelloe did not disappoint exhibiting a vibrant and elegant range bursting with his unique style. From day looks and evening dresses rich in colour and texture this seasons on trend collection was a perfect fit for the fashionable woman of today.
London based designer Krystov Stroznya is gearing up to launch his new ‘Signature’ collection this week - a 12 piece treasure trove of dresses, skirts, jackets and tops, drawing on inspiration from his design archives. Stroznya is even trying his hand at jewellery, affordably priced from £40.
The collection features perfectly structured shift dresses in a minimal aesthetic in a vivid citrus colour palette of oranges and yellows, tinged with red creating depth of colour. Sharply tailored tops and skirts create flattering lines, accentuating the female form.
The collection’s private launch next week Wednesday in Mayfair is sure to have the fashion crowd buzzing with excitement the moment the collection hits stores.
Written by Alexandra Richards
Malan Breton showcased a range of spring summer looks this season at London Fashion Week, capturing the true essence of class and elegance. The collection named Show Girl was inspired by the Ziegfeld Follies and stories from his grandmothers days as a showgirl and opera singer.
Known for his creative designs and detailed glamorous looks, the latest collection had elaborate fabrics and sharply tailored shapes. Vibrant florals where uniquely blended with metallic fabrics reinforcing a showbiz vibe.
On-trend Plaid and Ruffles could be seen throughout the collection. An eye-catching colour pallet was also shown using Duck yellow, cherry red, and royal blues.
A feminine take on the glamorous showgirl style was expressed through Corset tied backs and sweetheart necklines alongside opaque and translucent fabrics, Sequins and hand Embroidered beading.
Overall this seasons collection by Malan Breton was classy and unique which displayed craftsmanship and innovative designs through his couture creations, celebrating the confident showgirl of today.