British fashion show receives rave reviews
on Tuesday,September 21,2010 14:09
In London, the recently held A La Mode fashion show at the Charing Cross Hotel was a reported success. Press, buyers and the general public were in attendance for the designs exhibited at the show.
The evening opened with an entrance by Dubai-based designer Furne One and his Amato Couture.
Kristin Knox, fashion photographer, was seen taking pictures as models entered and exited the runway in carved wooden wedges and nude-colored dresses. Horse headpieces were featured in the grand finale.
Berit New York was the next designer whose creations were on the catwalk. Her Retro-futurism collection was inspired by the 1950's era. The collection was followed by Pakistani label KMH Couture, which showcased a mixture of menswear and womenswear.
Tom Lipop then presented his Mr Lipop menswear collection. The line was described by fashion writer Tor Brierley as a "great collection that had a really androgynous feel to it; slouchy tailoring that seemed perfect for a modern woman, as well as a man."
The show continued with Malaysia's Jonathan Liang who displayed his draping effects, structured shoulders and gold metallic breast plates. Jessica Hind from J'adore Magazine commented after the show, "I wanted every piece!"
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