DAY THREE: London Fashion Week A/W 14
Day three of our London Fashion Week trend report
Singapore export and skilled tailor Ashley Isham nodded to the year of the horse with an equestrian inspired collection. Heavy tweeds were offset by garden floral motifs and Isham's signature draped swathes of fabric. Hair was tamed into serious single plaits with a healthy helping of label.m Extra Strong Mousse and the sturdiest of bristle brushes.
Belle Sauvage took no prisoners with their Parisienne Private Benjamin themed show titled 'Paris Cats After Midnight'. Military style head pieces and bold chain prints gave an overarching look of strength to the collection. Models sported red tipped talons and a full crimson pout accompanied by fur trim and gaudy gold chains that added to their rich bitch allure. Hair remained chic, sleek and artfully swept to one side courtesy of label.m Hold and Gloss spray.
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Kaul's confident A/W 14 offering oozed cool, calm and collected 50s glamour reminiscent of Hitchcock's To Catch A Thief. Slinky satin gowns and lace overlays in oyster and pistachio hues made a refreshing change to the season's overall offering of black. Hair was whipped up into softly set waves with a generous application of label.m Hairspray that allowed for full focus on the berry stained lips.
A deliciously muted colour palette of plum, navy and slate diverted our attention to the premium tailoring on offer at Yifang Wan's show for London Fashion Week. Hemlines were playful and an eclectic mix of textures - wool, plastic and velvet - added another dimension to the garments. Faces remained bare while hair was fashioned into bold quiffs and swept back with plenty of label.m Dry Shampoo for maximum height at the crown, leaving the sides slicked back close to the head for a tough, urban style.