Monday, 18 February 2013

London Fashion Week: Day 2 - Moschino and David Koma

A note from Joelle...
I got a piece of the fashion week action and headed down to Somerset House and also The Westbury Hotel for on and off-schedule shows. 
Being me, I was late to pretty much all of my shows, my camera died early on in the afternoon and I couldn't take off my hat as my hair-grips had welded to the woven material - nice one. 
With all that said, here are my personal highlights from a few shows today. *The Rihanna for River Island show review will be up tomorrow (but I am still shattered from that EIGHT HOUR train journey from Scotland to London, so it might not be...).
Photos from the British Fashion Council (Collage by FebruaryGirl.)
Here are the really varied looks from the Moschino Cheap and Chic show. The dominant trend was monochrome accompanied with black (or no) lipstick and eye shadow.
The baby and hot pink looks showed the softer (yet still electric and edgy) side of the collection, which was refreshing to see.
Photos from the British Fashion Council (Collage by FebruaryGirl.)

Here's my review of David Koma from a few weeks ago! Just look at those sculpted shapes! Georgian-born David Koma is an expert in the sculpted, yet feminine look. No wonder the likes of Cheryl Cole, Pixie Lott and The Saturdays are all fans.
Syncline-shaped curves and peplums were dominant and I actually like it for once. David Koma has converted me into a peplum fan! The platform cut-out shoes that you can see in the photos are lovely and bold too.
Not much on the make up front though - extremely neutral and nude, accompanied by low-lying hair buns.

This has been my favourite collection so far!
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