London Fashion Week. Key Collections Spring-summer 2015. Part II

London Fashion Week. Key Collections Spring-summer 2015. Part II
London Fashion Week. Key Collections Spring-summer 2015. Part II
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London Fashion Week has come to an end, passing the baton to Milan. It's time to get acquainted with the key collections of the spring-summer 2015 season. I must say, London is very different from what was shown in New York: it is more elegant and restrained.

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    Topshop Unique. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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The Topshop Unique runway line suggests spending the next season on the coast. A subtle hint of sixties fashion and a sporty style are perfect for walking around the seaside city. The use of Swarovski crystals and pleats made it possible to create looks for dancing until the morning at local club parties. In general, the collection looks very bright and fresh. Ideal for energetic young girls who are accustomed to pleasure and entertainment.

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    Paul Smith. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Paul Smith presented a light collection that is perfect for the spring / summer season in the city. Simple and laconic forms, soft modern colors and the designer's favorite - vertical and horizontal - stripe. These models are appropriate in any life situation, they are practical and comfortable in English. Perhaps the collection lacks an eccentricity that doesn't suit everyone.

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    Mary Katrantzou. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Mary got applause again. The 2015 spring / summer collection from the British designer literally broke the earth's crust and released boiling lava. The theme of a volcanic eruption is read in almost every model, from tops and dresses with curly transparent inserts to outfits generously covered with variegated embroidery. Mary managed to make a bright and very original collection from quite laconic things.

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    David Koma. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Simple yet bold shapes from David Com's spring / summer collection look very cool and modern. The designer's signature graphic dynamics have become smoother and more fluid, which is conveyed through spiraling silhouettes and waves. The new Coma is not as tough and angular as last season's collection. Now in his models there is a more explicit femininity and softness. The color scheme of the next season, according to the designer, should be soft, but the combinations can evoke slight associations with the work of Piet Mondrian. Special attention is paid to the decor - sharp graphic cuts, sparkling details and mixing of dissimilar textures. The new collection is dedicated to Louise Wilson, the late David Course professor at Central St. Martins. We look forward to the upcoming debut of the designer for Mugler in Paris.

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    Pringle Of Scotland. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Designer Massimo Nicosia works with volumes and 3D decor. The laconic models of the spring-summer collection do not look simple and boring at all, the details are responsible for the originality. First of all, large folds and odors on the skirts. Secondly, a combination of different textures. Thirdly, dresses and tops made of lightweight fabrics are decorated with decorations that create a 3D effect. The result is a contemporary yet lightweight collection. The abundance of white and delicate shades of blue is perfect for the coming season.

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    Jonathan Saunders. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Jonathan Saunders was shown at the British Museum, which immediately set a romantic and even academic tone. The collection of the next season, indeed, turned out to be a worthy demonstration within the walls of the museum. The combination of natural brown shades, blue and turquoise, as well as the golden lamé look very harmonious. But the clothes themselves are built on a deliberate disharmony of shapes and textures, which creates an interesting tension. In this collection, femininity meets utility, and romance meets rudeness. Some silhouettes are reminiscent of the forties, but still look relevant.

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    Mother Of Pearl. RTW, 2015

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The Mother Of Pearl brand is only five years old, but during this time Maya Norman and Emmy Poney managed to conquer the hearts of fashionable girls. The signature lines of the collections that Emmy is responsible for are unusual prints and attention to detail. For the next season, Poney came up with several models, which became the basis of the collection. Simple cut dresses, voluminous light coats, tops and skirts sets and sweatshirts can be the perfect choice for spring-summer 2015. The use of expensive fabrics makes even the most laconic models truly luxurious.

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    Christopher Kane. RTW, spring-summer 2015

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Another dedication to Professor Louise Wilson. Christopher Kane reinvents the idea of ​​cords and tulle. The designer covers sheer dresses and tops with a coarse mesh of cords, creating original structures. It combines hard and soft, rough and light, and thus creates the effect of fragility. Draperies, large stylized buttons, asymmetry and basques act as additional decor. The burgundy color is rarely found in the collections of the next season, so Kane's shades look very original.

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