Day 1 London Fashion Week Reviews

I am posting a few of the show reviews that I have done for Papierdoll, but I will post more of my musings, happenings and observations from the week after the madness has dies down. Jean Pierre Braganza: Futuristic feelings radiated from the runway for Jean Pierre Braganza. The tailoring was sharp, and the pencil skirts lean, leaving a clear clean shape of his woman. If the clothes weren't enough to project the fierce feeling, perhaps the hair, which was slicked into high ponytails and the makeup, power blush, would. Click here to read the full review.

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Felder and Felder: Rock and roll was the message from these twin sisters by going against the pastels and pretty and deeply into the darker gothic side for AW11. It was not completely without lightness, metallic silver skirts and trousers, along with a white studded coat dress, whose skirt appeared to be goat hair, the air was distinctly dark. Click here for the full review.

Bora Asku: Bora Asku's metallic puff skirts, pleated balloon sleeves and draping capes were all tied up with bows. Bow ties, bow shaped clasps and then again with bows on the belts. The collection was based on Dr Jekall and Mr Hyde...Click here for the full review.