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Fashion | Fiasco Focus LCM: Oliver Spencer

Fashion & Photography

The show starts with Rhythms Of The City, a Brazilian percussion group, silently filing out into the show space at the Old Sorting Office barefoot with their instruments. They burst out loud and spirited samba beats for a minute, setting the lively atmosphere, before the first model makes an appearance.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus LCM: Christopher Raeburn

Fashion & Photography

A major factor contributing towards Christopher Raeburn’s collection this season is his consideration towards “reintegration, reappropriation” and ultimately; recycling. He has launched the REMADE range to continue on his commitment to sustainability, while also taking design inspiration from the items he’s reusing.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus LCM: YMC

Fashion & Photography
Hosted in the grand reception of the British Library, YMC’s SS15 collection opened with a soft colour palette of pinks, neutrals and blue hues in summery separates. Made up of flowing cottons and linens, the collection features short sleeved shirts in abstract prints, bomber jackets and drawstring light cotton trousers.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus ASHISH

Fashion & Photography

Never one to shy away from subtle, Ashish presented us with another loud glittering affair for Autumn/Winter. Primary inspiration coming from a prom queen having been out all night and finally staggering her way home – bedraggled hair and smudgy bright pink eyes in tow.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus TOPSHOP

Fashion & Photography

Sunday saw once again one of the most anticipated catwalks of any Fashion Week season – by Topshop Unique. Not only because the clothes we see will be instore in Topshop for all to buy – but as years gone by have dictated Topshop’s reign of the high street, a primary inspiration for women and high school girls up and down the country.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus HOUSE OF HOLLAND

Fashion & Photography

‘Debauched Debutantes’ meant bad girls had crashed the Upper East Side party, this Autumn/ Winter at House of Holland. Ruling the catwalk was a theme somewhere between pretentious opulence and flash trash -’Rich Bitch’ slogans were sprawled across chests and clutches, appropriately and unsubtly setting the tone of a coming of age society cocktail party, all paid for on daddy’s card, of course.

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