• Molly Goddard RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Molly Goddard has been thinking of ways to renew herself and experiment with fabrics and silhouettes, beyond her signature tulle creations.
    For spring 2019, she turned to everyday fabrics like cotton-poplin and chiffon to create more easygoing, fuss-free pieces, from tailored trousers to loose tunics and trenchcoats.
    Yet she also injected a healthy dose of the eccentricity and laissez fair attitude she's known for: Myriad frills were added onto the hems of white cotton shirts or on the necks of bright polka-dot midi dresses; big plastic flower brooches were appliquéd onto blazers and loose...
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  • Osman RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Rich in color, texture - and cockerel feathers - the collection was inspired by the world's great balls, but there was nothing fussy about it. “I wanted to do easy versions of formal looks for everyday,” said Osman Yousefzada, who showed his collection in a lush sculpture-filled garden in Covent Garden.
    Models walked in the sunshine dressed in tailored suits made from recycled brocade in metallic zebra patterns, or a black one, its cropped jacket edged in pleated tulle. Some dresses were sheer and came with a darkly romantic flower print, while others were made from sweeps of cream tulle...
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  • JW Anderson RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Jonathan Anderson has taken a break from unisex - at least for spring - and traveled back into traditional feminine territory with lace, doily fabrics and frilly edges, his signature elongated silhouettes and outsized proportions channeled into peasant skirts and languid silhouettes, all with a bohemian, tossed-together feel.
    Beware - this can be tricky terrain. Who wants to look like an extra from “Fiddler on the Roof” or “Captain Corelli's Mandolin”? In Anderson's hands the scarf hemlines, bib tops, macramé overlays and headscarves may have been folksy - but they were also breezy...
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  • Halpern RTW Spring 2019

    2 monthes ago - By WWD

    Michael Halpern flexed his versatility for spring 2019, showing that there's more to his schtick than just sparkles - though, gratefully, there were still plenty of those.
    Now in his fifth season on the London schedule, Halpern's high-octane collections have been heartily embraced by retailers, like Browns and Bergdorf Goodman.
    Hitherto, he has mined the Seventies and the hedonism of the disco era. For next season, he looked to the Sixties in a tribute to his grandmother and the pioneering women of her generation.
    “I never met my maternal grandmother so the stories I heard about her came...
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