Paul Costelloe returned this season with another spectacular collection showing his latest designs for AW18. A number of silhouettes and key trends were spotted through this seasons looks including checkered prints, plunge necklines, and ruffle finishing.
The use of autumn tones and textures displayed created a classy and elegant look, this continued with the use of feminine shapes and eye-catching prints. Floral and plaid tweed was merged with Bishop sleeves and chunky knitwear creating a youthful vibe, Winter greys, Navy and deep Browns placed perfectly alongside yellow and pinks.
Overall this collection was eye-catching and vibrant, creating a strong look for today’s modern woman. Paul Costelloe continues to bring a number of refreshing looks each season and he did not disappoint for AW18, the brand continues to demonstrate elegance with a strong reference to Irish heritage, this leaving us eagerly waiting for next seasons collection.
An elegant and unforgettable display of this seasons looks from Rohmir took place during London Fashion Week at The Freemasons building at Fashion Scout last week.
The Swiss designer who collaborated this season with Choreographer and dancer Kirill Burlov and National Ballet dancer Jia Zhang. displaying this seasons collection with great elegance, a mixture between runway and dance. “Shall we dance” was Inspired by the designers trip to South America.
This collection was both glamorous and luxury with a variety of fabrics such as velvet, silk, lace and ostrich feathers, deep teals, flamboyant gold, and peach also showcased throughout, including floral textures.
Timeless shapes where consistent through this seasons looks, with open sleeved capes, off the shoulder gowns and deep plunge necklines. The subtle skin was also shown which gave this season a slightly sexy tone, this was seen with side split full-length skirts. The collection also showcased children’s wear with matching outfits, demonstrating a range of looks for those special occasions that are sometimes accompanied by children.
Overall the collection was one of a kind and stood out from many on the day, the classy timeless pieces spoke volume and leave us eagerly awaiting next seasons collection.
Introducing only their third collection to the world What We Wear continues to keep us excited and has become one of the most anticipated fashion shows at London Mens Fashion Week.
Continuing with the underlining sporty look the brand was influenced by workwear ‘visual-data formed by the everyday man’. Looking deeper into the uniforms of the DLR operator, the construction worker and many more daily jobs and uniforms as a whole, the brand was able to add more formal accents into this greatly represented minimalistic concept.
Going for more of a fitted and slimmer look this season with navy, khaki, black, olive green as there primary colours they have also managed to add orange and some mustard yellow as their statement colours. Everything came together nicely as they were styled exceedingly well with Amsterdam based footwear brand Filling Pieces.
Reflecting back from his life experiences and living in the centre of London Tinie Tempah wanted to demonstrate that as we all work for the most part of our lives, that in today’s generation we now take more liking into how we dress even in the work environment by appealing to the youthful demographic. We can all agree that the man himself has not only proven to be a top leading UK artist or just appreciated for his amazing style and influence in fashion, but has managed to construct a clothing brand that can inspire all to wear.
In his own words ‘For me, I’m trying my best through my life experiences, to reflect the life of a young man today’ which I think many can agree that he has been able to do very well.