Zeynep Kartal launched there autumn/winter 2018 collection for London Fashion Week which was inspired and celebrates glamour mixed with Art Deco exuberance. Using drama and romance as her designing focus the models graced the catwalk with beautiful feather embellished wide-leg jumpsuits with compliment draped shoulders in plush orange, dark red and rich navy velvets mixed with metallic embellishment and elegant shirting that was teamed with beautifully tailored cream trousers.
Zeynep Kartel creates a distinctive sense of elegance and femininity using the finest fabrics, including silk and handmade lace and heavy velvets
Kartal delivered a new take on some old classics with detailing on timeless silhouettes. with beautifully picked colours the whole collection came together amazingly well. beginning her label in 2013 Kartel has been able to continue to showcase sophisticated elegant pieces. making wonderful gowns for celebrities for there red carpet debuts, Kartal remains a must see at London Fashion Week every season.
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.
Another mesmerizing show displayed at NYFW last week showcasing Concept Korea’s talented designer brands LIE and Greedilous. Concept Korea is a collaborative project with the main aim to promote Korean fashion designers. Held at the Gallery Spring Studios the show had an atmosphere that was not to be missed, with a number of celebrity attendees including Ty Hunter, Shaun Ross, Claire Sulmers, Simon Collins and June Ambrose who attended in a beautiful outfit that caught our eye with vibrant embellishing, midi skirt and an oversized fur hat.
Both designers Chung Chung Lee (LIE) and Younhee Park (Greedilous) had a variety of looks displaying new trends and unusual designs.
Lee Chung Chung grew up in Fashion with both parents being in the industry and gained guidance at Savile Row, after developing his tailoring skills this later lead him to start his own clothing line.
Lie displayed a great example of colour and on-trend details, off the shoulder ruffles and check played a strong part through the collection including a clash of prints, flared popper tape bottoms in a horizon blue and plaid kept the collection looking refreshing and unusual with a youthful vibe.
Younhee Park has continued to capture a unique take on Haute Couture mixed with masculine undertones, this seasons collection has futuristic feel whilst still keeping a focus on sustainability.
Bold colours started the show off mixed with masculine silhouettes and ruffles, pearl details continued throughout and merging looks with feminine and masculine shapes where seen throughout this seasons by Younhee Park.
After a memorable display at NYFW, next season is highly anticipated, Fashion Thirst look forward to seeing more great talent from Concept Korea who continue to showcase unique designers that stand out in the industry.