September 17, 2012

Best Of London Fashion Week S/S 2013 (I)

New York Fashion Week is over and now it’s time for a new set of designers to dazzle you with their creations for next season, Fashion avec Passion is here to bring you the most spectacular shows from London Fashion Week:

John Rocha

The John Rocha Spring/Summer 2013 show opened with a cheery chromatic palette of red, sunny yellow, baby blue, pale khaki and powdered pink, but the atmosphere soon changed into a more austere one, with the arrival of the all-black and all-white silhouettes.

The entire collection evoked an air of antiquity, with outfits made up of cascades of silk and lace, that had a noble elegance to them, reminiscent of the Edwardian age.

House Of Holland

According to Henry Holland’s vision for next season, the House Of Holland woman is suffering from a severe form of nostalgia…and not just any nostalgia – she misses the grunge era of fashion, en vogue circa 1990s.

To reflect this sentiment, the designer didn’t however take historical accuracy into account all the way. Instead, he imagined a reinterpretation of grunge, in which acid colours could be found on demeure pantsuits, in which checked patterns were blown up and reinvented into a larger form, and crop tops and knit hats were given a glamorous makeover, through the adding of crystal embellishments.

The second part of the show detached itself from the grunge tone, migrating into the 60s. The famous tye-dye technique, promoted by hippies, was used by the designer to create a series of rainbow-coloured looks with youthful appeal.

Issa London

For her signature Spring/Summer 2013 collection Daniella Issa Helayel chose to portray her own vision of what a goddess should look like.

Thus, the Issa goddess stepped out on the runway in gorgeous caftans in silk georgette, floor-length dresses with exotic prints, cigarette-pants embellished with prints reminiscent of tropical rainforests and short cocktail dresses with a generous dose of sex-appeal.

Moschino Cheap & Chic

For the Spring/Summer 2013 season, Rosella Jardini and Francesca Rubino created for Moschino Cheap & Chic a series of colourful, cheery looks, with a powerful sense of optimism and a strong youthful tone. The mix of prints within the same outfit, as well as the mix of fabrics, were the recipe for success in creating a collection of outfits full of vitality.

Crystal-encrusted pantsuits, reminiscent of a cheery-er version of Miuccia Prada’s looks for last season, mesh tops, pineapple bags and neon platform sandals were just some of the elements that provided the line-up with a fresh vibe.

To watch the rest of the shows at London Fashion Week, check out Best Of London Fashion Week (II) and Best Of London Fashion Week (III)!

Photos courtesy of: savoirflair.com, style.com