LFW AW17 Round-Up

 Exploring Palmer’s Texan past, this fab deign duo delved into a more Gothic silhouette for their autumn/winter 2017 collection. Ever impressed by the set and staging, they had a models weaving their way though blackened wood chips in daring and distorted tailoring and clever layering that created new and abstract shapes. Many items gaped in the back with rear fastenings and buttoned edges. but still sporting stylish stilettos. Goth-Glam.
A rich mix of fabrics in predominantly black and white palette was broken up with a soft orange, mundane blue, green and soft pink. A collection that presented a fascinating mash of drama, sensuality and edge!


 On|Off has showcased some of the most exciting emerging international fashion designers over the past years. They have exceptional taste and a unique vision for emerging and independent talent capable of delivery collections of great innovation, creative vision and quality. 
This year they had the pleasure of presenting Timothy Bouyez Forge, Luke Anthony Rooney & Jack Irving. With diverse designers, it was an interesting mix on the catwalk but possibly the most fun I have ever had at a show as the inflatable fashion pieces grazed me on the way down. 
Some of my favourites all week.

Fashion Scout // INIFD - LST
Styled with fishnet tights and Adidas trainers, the graduate students of the International Institute of Fashion Designing have a clear individual take to their collections and clear ion contemporary Indian fashion. 
The dedication to Indian craft came through in the use of embroidery, embellishment and fabrics, and the students showed impressive skill, which was overwhelmingly evident on every single inch of the garments. My favourite, a series of gowns so dramatic they could rival Marchesa! WOW!

Hope you enjoyed.
Tan xx



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