Monday, March 26, 2012

Work the latest catwalk trends with Vila clothing!

In spite of fashion designer Vivienne Westwood showcasing a rather masculine women’s collection during the recent Autumn/Winter 2012 London Fashion Week – complete with military jackets and baggy jodhpurs – the overall theme among British designers was one of tailored femininity.
Attended by the likes of Sadie Frost, Pixie Lott, Edith Bowman and Made In Chelsea stars Millie Mackintosh and Amber Atherton, London Fashion Week was a riot of waist-cinching style and autumnal colours.
Nottingham designer Paul Smith, whose “classic with a twist” collection featured soft velvet suits, colour panelled cashmere sweaters and waist-cinching dresses in muted browns, greens and rust shades, gave a new edge to winter fashion for women. Speaking recently to Reuters, Smith explained:
“It’s very much about tailored garments but also giving them a femininity, so adding shape to the waist, respecting the female form. I’ve never really been brave enough to show [femininity] in a show before, I always felt I wanted to stick more with my typical androgynous look. But I pushed it more this time and so far it seemed like it worked.”
Meanwhile, designer Matthew Williamson went for a blue, orange and brown-themed Russian-inspired collection, with fur jackets, larger-than-life gowns and dresses in iridescent or fiery shades, and 60s-style work suits in orange, navy and red.
There’s good news for those of you hoping to get in early with the latest Fashion Week trends, with plenty of high street brands already serving up on-trend creations at affordable prices. For feminine glamour, browse the Vila clothing collection at Very – you’ll find everything from stripe-panelled dresses to slim-fitting skinny jeans.
The latest collection from Vila also has plenty of pieces in on-trend autumnal shades, so you can get a head-start on this year’s looks and start planning your autumn/winter 2012 wardrobe!

(Quite possibly my first post without a single image!)
:)

4 comments:

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  3. Dang, feel like fall fashion comes earlier and earlier every year!

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