Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Best of London Fall 2010

From London come our top four Fall 2010 collections that are destined to inspire Vnyc:

Christopher Kane

Over the past few years Christopher Kane has quickly become one of fashion's top harbingers to keep an eye on and his Fall 2010 collection with it's perverse mix of floral embroideries, black lace, patent leather, and sci-fi melancholy in vaguely early 90's shapes is one of the season's strongest collections to date.

Meadham Kirchoff
Meadham Kirchoff hit a strong romantic note that was full of texture, beautiful fabrications and dead-on mix-&-match prints and patterns that was distinctively their own.


Aquascutum's long, lean and languid maxi-skirts & coats in a contrasting palette of black and camel hit two of Fall 2010's biggest trends while achieving a fine balance between sportif and knock-em-dead glamorous day wear.


Once again Erdem combined sophisticated abstract prints in a myriad of lush jewel tones in signature princess shapes that were anything but precious.

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