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Fashion | Fiasco Focus THOMAS TAIT

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THOMAS TAIT

Taking over a derelict building just off the strand, and a stones throw from Somerset House, Thomas Tait was the hottest ticket in town this SS15. Having generated a lot of buzz since being the youngest Central St. Martins MA Graduate, and then going on to win their Young Fashion Designer prize, all eyes were firmly on the young designer to see how he would present his SS15 offering.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus ASHISH

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ASHISH

Known affectionately as the King of Sequins, you can rely on Ashish to bring London Fashion Week to a close with a bit of glitz and glam. Well, we say a bit of glitz…! The entire show was a glitterball fiasco of energy and colour, swooping down the runway in mesmerising sparkles and shades, making us all long for an all night disco so we too could bathe in the sequins.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus CHRISTOPHER RAEBURN

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Fusing together sportswear and street style with luxe fabrics, Christopher Raeburn’s SS15 offering left us all breathless with it’s simple beauty. Raeburn just has this absolute air about him that seems to be such effortless chic – even when it’s sports style wear. It seemed sheer, lightweight and futuristic – but still within the Raeburn style of practical. Standout colours in the spectrum used were navy, grey and our personal fave – baby pink. Perfect. See what we mean about effortless luxe?

Fashion | Fiasco Focus BORA AKSU

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Bora Aksu brought us romanticism for winter and next spring is no exception. Ruffles in ivory, baby blue and pale pink joyfully danced down the catwalk with a vintage flourish. The mix of delicate sheer material and lace paired with heavy crochet brought this collection out of fantasy and into practical wearable pieces to adorn ourselves with throughout the transitional weather.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus JEAN-PIERRE BRAGANZA

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The collection showcased a minimalist nineties look in a palette of monochrome and dove greys. Nineties silhouettes reigned supreme with long line waistcoats, asymmetrical cuts and graphic prints, seemingly inspired by current street wear and the effortless Stockholm aesthetic we lust over and long for.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus DAKS

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With this season’s catwalk marking a mammoth 150 years of heritage brand Daks, it was obvious it was to be a show stopper. The Royal Opera House provided the setting for this opulent runway and delicate collection, and it was a captivating experience from the minute it began.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus J JS LEE

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Being the new girl on the block at LFW is never easy, and to open this years Spring Summer season Jackie JS Lee created a modern, luxe tailored range. Boxy, shaped pieces are Jackie’s forte, but this season she came into her own, having mixed her traditional structured oversized squared shape with pleated, more tailored feminine skirts and dipped hemlines.

Fashion | Fiasco Focus ASHISH

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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

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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

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‘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.