Sunday, 4 March 2012

A trip down Fashion Victim Street...

Cute textile creation by fashion victim street.

The Finger Puppetry of Yang Du

Yang Du, a colourful designer with a cartoon style fun loving attitude towards womenswear, blurring the boundaries of design to cater to anyone's inner child. I particularly enjoyed the finger puppet gloves. Found at London Fashion Week. I am now on a mission to find her outlets. where does she sell her stuff? watch this space...

The people of KTZ

enough said. This was KTZ. Never actually seen banana Man, but heard alot, so finally meeting him/her?! in the flesh erm.. plastic was an experience!

Pretty in Print with Holly Fulton.

(Current A/W collection) Based on the Daily antics of the modern desperate house wife, Fulton's cheeky fun loving approach to print and design is a breath of fresh air. I'm not really a print person but i was in ore of this collection. AND she bases her inspiration on a muse... which is my style so i feel like its meant to be! still not sure how she does it, so ill just continue to marvel...

David Koma AW12 Collection

David Koma SS12 Collection. And a cheeky shot of Molly from the Saturdays. Although at the time we were convinced she was called Holly, which didn't help on the conversation front. And i want those rainbow trousers! if anyone finds them let me know!

Osman at London Fashion Week

Osman at Fashion Week. What a lovely collection. The collection saw an unusual yet inspiring mix of dark florals, with white black and red, leathers and rich fabrics, complete with embroidery in parts. The cuts were cute but the colour rich pallet is something that particularly caught my eye. One of my favourites of fashion week by far, Particularly the regal floral trousers and fur shawl. and the black coat, a show stopper. To top it all off we got goodie bags, and a tweet from Osman himself to say thanks for coming. What a lovely guy.

The Bold Ddventures of Pam Hogg

After seeing Schwab, i made my way to Vauxhall Fashion Scout, hoping to catch the Pam Hogg show. I havent really studied Pam Hogg before, so you can imagine my suprise when her garments i mean creations came down the catwalk. I have to say i admired her bold approach to exposing the feminine figure, and her love of orange and silver spandex. Best part? definitely the furry muff... check out that bad boy. Not exactly my thing... but definitely a good time. and free snog given out. me and my friend were in heaven...

Sheer Love. Marios Schwab.

Photos from the new SS 12 collection shown at London Fashion Week by the amazing Marios Schwab. I managed to secure myself a BFC pass, from one of my lovely friends, which is how i discovered my love of all things Schwab! Favourite pieces being his sheer dresses with sparkling under layers... the muted colour pallet and the clean cut lines and shapes.