This past week London was the fashion capital once more. With the exhibition “Vogue 100 – A century of Style” in the National Portrait Gallery, a showcase of more than 280 photographs that has been commissioned by British Vogue since it was founded in 1916, to the inevitable London Fashion Week, fashion fanatics surely had something to look forward.
And traditionally, they had another thing to look into – the London Fashion Weekend. This year the visitors had the opportunity to see some of the best designs British fashion can offer, through the looks of Emilia Wickstead, Mary Katrantzou, Temperley London and Holly Fulton S/S 2016 collections.
This year it was Mary Katrantzou who caught my photographic eye. This 30 year old designer from Athens, with a fashion studio located in the northern part of London, is famous for prints that resemble textile design. Not surprisingly since that she was raised in a family where both parents worked with textile one way or another. For years now her efficiency in this area is quite recognized. And deservedly so.
Have a scroll through the front row exclusive photographs and the finale. Enjoy!
Photographs and the video are the courtesy of the author – Leila Murseljevic.
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