Hello, Happy Tuesday!
Up next is my next #LFW post featuring Holly Fulton's beautiful SS14 collection. I'm reasonably happy with the quality of the screen shots in the show, taken on my Mac, not bad to say the models were strutting at a fair pace! Gotta love the excitement of a Live Stream!
So many lovely garments, silhouettes and embellishments to talk about in Holly Fulton's show, I've been looking forward to writing this, so here it goes...
High anticipation at Fulton's show... a few moments before it starts
Staying true to her signature, Fulton's latest catwalk debut for SS14 showcased a refined range of geometric prints, interestingly layered up over glistening jewel embellished tops. It was apparent to see the Scottish designer's muse and core inspiration was the; high glamour of the 1970's.
Styling was reminiscent of one special lady in particular...
Photos from Tumblr
Seventies signatures, from muted colour palettes to slick one sided voluminous hair styling; epitomising a youthful Jerry Hall.
Oversized dark tinted sunglasses circa 1975 were spotted in Fulton's show.
Midi lengths, pleats and twin set printed silk garments were featured in subtle hues of lilac, white, purple and grey.
Block lace details & peachy prints; make a perfect combo!
Close-ups highlight Fulton's eclectic mix of prints, fabrics and cut throughout the show.
Patterned cutwork style panelling and surface design on this dress has an Asian influence.
This slanted geometric printed dress in orange and peach was nipped in at the waist and dressed at the neck with exquisite art deco embroidery.
I love the autumnal feel of this silk blouse, in a warm floral camo print it was replicated in a lurex frayed metallic bomber jacket. Despite its seventies nostalgic feel, high shine fabrics and embellishments kept the collection unpredictable and contemporary.
Shots of the beautiful winding runway, clean white and undistracting
Chunky jewellery and accessories, gave this highly feminine collection a quirky edge.
More seventies please.
A billowing pyjama printed trouser, styled with a clean classic white shirt and lurex swing coat looked effortlessly chic.
This belted mac in a warm autumnal floral print, is a refreshing contrast to what is usually considered Spring Summer outerwear. A matching sequined skirt peeks from underneath, complimenting the juxtaposition of surface design.
This was one of Fulton's show stopping ensembles for me. I adore the sequinned top, the style, shades and size of the angular sequins is so tactile. A very wearable piece and collection to note for that matter, I love how Holly Fulton incorporated orange and also centered her collection around this hue.
This happy colour injected into the print on the silk palazzo trousers, looks beautiful.
Love this signature art deco printed Holly Fulton divide on the runway, looks like it would be fabulous as wallpaper!
Blurred high glamour... its almost over!
The fashionista and genius herself; Holly Fulton smiles at the end of her runway show.
All screen shot photos courtesy (londonfashionweek.co.uk)
Holly Fulton Forever!
This multi-talented and disciplined designer, wowed audiences with her slick, contemporary and fun collection. It exceeded my expectations and I absolutely loved the styling of the models. Bronzed, naturally beautiful with a hint of glamour and lots of hairspray!
Her signature prints are always one to watch, another amazing collection this SS14!
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Lots more posts to come,