Monday, February 28, 2011

Best of London Fall 2011

While you can't blame many of London's most talented for sticking to their guns and churning out distinctly personal collections, there was an over all disconcerting feeling that many of these lines have little relevancy in the world of desirable, attainable high fashion. That being said, there were still a handful of collections that will stand the test of time, from the covetable to the collectible, here were our favorites.

Mary Katrantzou(and above)

Mary Katrantzou continues to revolutionize the fine art of the print season after season and this Fall's rich take on sumptuous couture norms of the past felt energized when balanced with reality friendly layers.

Charles Anastase

We've been big fans of Charles Anastase since the get-go and his Fall range, a general continuation on his intellectual Lolita theme, happens to fit nicely amongst fashion's current retro mood.

Meadham Kirchoff

Meadham Kirchoff were at it again with another strangely beautiful, confidently executed but also wearable outing that had distorted takes on idyllic school uniforms layered with peasant tops and dresses. What stood out this time around was the addition of hand embroidery that added an ethnic twist to the moody, off-kilter dolly-girl effect.

View every single favorite Fall 2011 look from London here

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