02 March 2011

Front row

It all happened from the 18 to the 23 February in London, and the cyberspace!  
There is no need nowadays to be very rich and famous, one of the seven countries Vogue editors-in-chiefs or a successful blogger to watch from the front row almost every fashion show.
It is was all "live" on the internet!

Paul Smith's autumn 2011

Todd Lynn

Katrantzou is from Athens, Greece
She has a unique print technique which she turned to knitwear for the 2011 autumn/winter collection.
She was inspired by delightfull objects like Faberge eggs, court costumes of an ancient chinese dynasty, Coromandel screens and Meissen porcelain.

"Print is pushed above and beyond where we have seen it go before, clashing and contrasting, across garments, overwhelming the viewer, but never the wearer."

"I gave the knitters in Italy a nightmare," she said. "They had to re-set the machines for every single line."

Mary Katrantzou.

Mulberry's 2011 autumn
Mulberry's creative director is Emma Hill. 
Ultra-long maxi length skirts and house-check scarves are back!

Burberry Prorsum autumn/winter 2011
The Burberry Prorsum show was live streamed on the famous Landmark 32m digital screen at Piccadilly Circus and more than 60 stations on the London Underground.

 "It's got this lava-lamp kind of look and I found someone in London who was prepared to make it into pieces I could use on my dresses."
Christopher Kane

Jonathan Saunders' fall winter 2011

Key trends: below-the-knee skirts; pleats; collage fabric mixes; spots and dots; wine, olive, red, pink, orange; hoods, capes and cloaks; fur-trim knits and jackets; the sleeveless, tailored vest; devore and velvet; jewelled sweaters; buttoned-up shirts with neat collars; epaulettes; fake fur; wooden heels, rubber soles; dropped-waists, hip-belts.


  1. Seriously BURBERRY!!!!! Se pasan!!!!!

  2. Quiero la capita transparente! Quiero!