It’s raining cats and dogs in London. A mysterious sort of #NYFW aftermath.
It's like NYC snowstorm but instead of snow it's RAIN.
— Mary Yasmin Arrouche (@maryyasmine) February 14, 2014
The agenda is pretty busy this year; unless you have a whole editorial team covering this Fashion Week, you have to miss interesting shows. I was very frustrated not to attend Barbra Kolasinski from LCF.
— LCFLondon (@LCFLondon) February 11, 2014
What can we pick from these very first hours? Well, it’s a big pervasive mic-mac as we say in French. Let’s start with the J JS Lee Tom Boy with an attitude:
It’s the post-modern streetstyle which would have re-discovered homing and cuddling. Outfits with a sense of leisure maybe, who knows?
I was pretty happy with Bora Aksu universe; and he’s not the only one to send a sort of revival for countryside. A tribute to the history of British fashion
As usual, Haizhen Wang convinced me; a skyrocketing collection which will be highly bought and sought after…let’s make a bet!
Eudon Choi made an impression also with a collection full of soft and wearable pieces.
My god so many trends we could talk about. I’m very bad at expressing my point but it seems like there’s a sort of re-invention of the cowboy but in a more modern, female version: the woman as a street master? The rule of the wild applied to the highways and the city-life?
Well, let’s discuss about it later on