, 2022-10-01 12:31:46,
Seeing sustainability as a key objective and older and more diverse models on the runway were the true highlights of London Fashion Week this fall. The youngest of the Big Four fashion weeks is also one of the most forward thinking and it returned with 81 live shows alongside 32 digital presentations. Established designers this season included Bora Aksu, David Koma, Emilia Wickstead, Molly Goddard and Pam Hogg. Rising stars Sabirah, Chet Lo, Masha Popova, Yuhan Wang and Edward Crutchley continue to impress. Here are just eight of the highlights in a strong showcase of talent.
Glaswegian designer/musician was back with a strong show of her trademark flamboyant haute couture alongside a more accessible ready-to-wear collection. Super wearable tailored jackets, jumpsuits and body suits with paint splatter prints, were up first in her Fashion Scout catwalk show. Then, as expected from a designer who counts Björk, Gaga and Debbie Harry as clients, things got decidedly more edgy as the runway transitioned to vibrant colors and more daring and voluminous silhouettes, with extensive use of ruffled trim. As Pam Hogg has often said since launching her debut collection in 1981, “once a punk, always a punk.”
Rixo is loved for the easy-to-wear, feminine shapes, original hand-painted prints and timeless silhouettes, created to flatter every woman, regardless of age,…
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