Thursday, 12 March 2015


1. Bleach London's hair do's at Shrimps 
Hannah Weiland's latest furry offering was a galactic dream full of 70's references, faux fur trimmed booties and kitsch and cutesy doodles. But it was the hair, courtesy of Bleach London, that stole hearts with beauties such as Charlie Barker sporting glossy, bouncy locks. Complete of course, with matching eyebrows.

2. Ryan Lo's fluff trimmed ankle socks
This season Lo's girls looked something between porcelain Victorian dolls and Manga characters with their perfect curls, ultra long eyelashes and unbelievably tiny legs. There was plenty of fur trim (see this adorable jacket) particularly these ankle socks which are too delightful to go unnoticed.

3. Pretty much everything at Topshop
In a melting pot of 20th century influences, Topshop conjured up a posh country gal who's got a walk in wardrobe full of killer coats. Set amongst a palette of plush velvety neutrals, were pops of dusty cornflower blue, and atop body con dresses were tufts of glorious marabou feathers.

4. Marques Almeida's sheer pink delight
Marta and Paulo were inspired by shoots by Juergen Teller and Corinne Day for their latest collection which continues to tell the story of a 90's cool girl. Other than the super-grunge makeup, wet lank locks, jacquard bodices, ultra baggy trousers, a lot of lush reds and a fantastic lavender fur coat, this frothy pink dream is possibly the most irresistible.

5. Chrisopher Kane's latest perversions
Always one for emitting sex, in arguably un-sexy ways,  Kane's back on form after an arguably dull SS15 turn out. Highlights are the sheer dresses composed of IRL life drawing sketches, a cut-out mini dress in tomato red and the Victoriana blouses worn with no bra as pictured below.

6. Helen Lawrence's de-constructionist knits
Like a Mark Fast - Helmut Lang - Margiela love child, Helen Lawrence's entire collection was an exploration of knitwear, decomposed and re-constructed. Dark and eerie and oh so cool. Not to mention the presentation was cast refreshingly, with models in a variety of shapes, genders and races.

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