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Sunday, 25 February 2007

The Future of Fashion...Looking Good.

I was away for most of London Fashion week but the Central Saint Martin's show (by students from their masters degree course) truly impressed me. Pavel Ivancic, Alexandra Agoston and Karmen Pedaru combined their talents to produce the volumionous ruffles of the stunning collection above, with amazing flashes of red. The voluminous trend was continued by Chemena Kamali, with a very modern twist on the traditional tweed. It's great to see that the future of fashion is in such capable, talented hands.

1 comment:

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