Beneath a thick layer of fog and the echoes of New York , we enter Day one Of London Fashion Week with eager eyes and fresh notepads.Â Mods, Punks, Â and Glam Rockers marched across the runway ushering in collections inspired by the manyÂ subcultures alive in Britian circa 1965-1970.
by Suliya Gisele
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Designers such as Eudon Choi and and Daks showed us fantastic modern representations of 60s Mod, creatingÂ structured architectural garments that emphasized asymmetry. Daks’ use of monochromatic ensembles and color blocking really encompasses the time period.
Â Holly Fulton and Â Felder paid gorgeous tribute to the Glam Rockers. Â A rainbow wave ofÂ colorful fur coats and mini skirts emphasized the feeling of unapologetic originality that the period is known for. Utilizing a palette of Pastel pinks, mint greens, and soft silhouettes. Fulton gave us a very feminine, focusedÂ interpretation of Glam Rock.
In a Vivienne Westwood inspired fete, Sibling’s audacious, punk rocker inspired collection hit all the right notes. Avoiding the expected elements of spikey gutter punk, the designer reached a bit deeper to craete a softer more feminine silhouette with just as much attitude.