Tapestry, jacquards and Native American inspired prints were the order of the day at Issa’s AW13 London Fashion Week show.
A mute rich colour palette of mochas, greys and creams were highlighted with burnt oranges and mustards, which lifted the rich fabrics with geometric prints and seventies inspired stripes. Nods to the era also ran through the felt fedoras and the draped and belted silhouettes in longer lengths in silks and chiffon bases.
All in all, the show was an elegant triumph of design from Daniella Halayel, which will surely appeal to the designer’s loyal customer base, which famously includes the Middleton sisters.
Written by Alexandra Richards
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