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Monday, 17 February 2014

LFW #3: Mario Schwab, Temperley London, Mary Katrantzou | Autumn/Winter 2014-15: Ready-To-Wear

- MARIO SCHWAB -
It is all about the legs next season. Mini dresses dominated Mario Schwab's A/W collection, as well as some of my favourite colours; black, white and navy. I love the use of block colours among lace chemise-like detail, as well as the billowing chiffon we saw in later looks.


- TEMPERLEY LONDON -
I cannot get enough of the detail in this collection. Heavenly prints as well as an extensive use of different fabrics, the collection feels like it has taken inspiration from Balmain in terms of structure and quilting (notably the middle look in the second row and the quilted outerwear seen throughout), and Dolce & Gabbana in their use of mosaic style patterns. I am also obsessing over the amazing suede thigh high boots worn across the collection; amazing.


- MARY KATRANTZOU -
Again, perhaps a slightly Dolce & Gabbana inspired collection; mosaic and stained glass window-esque pieces featuring deep navies and dark reds, Mary Katrantzou has strayed away from the digital florals and pretty pastels that made her a household name in favour of a darker feel this season. I really like the asymmetric pieces, whilst Malaika Firth's almost tribal looking mini dress is absolutely gorgeous. Also if someone could send the shoes from the second look my way, that would be much appreciated.


(All photographs have been taken from and belong www.vogue.co.uk)

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