STREETS of London…
Portobello Road: Beside the colourful houses and unique small restaurants/bars you will be able to find the most-wanted Vintage Fashion pieces among the many Second-hand shops. A place fashionistas and trend-seekers from all over the world comes for inspiration.
Kings Road: This street is like the runway for well dressed upper-class people and trendy mum’s. Located in the heart of Chelsea with trendy brunch places like Chelsea Farmers Market and Blue Birld where you can spot fashionistas among young professionals.
Here in also The Saatchi Gallery showing amazing Contemporary Arts. Right Now Karl Lagerfeldt Exhibition: The little Black jacket.
Shoreditch: East London with Brick Lane – the street that never sleeps and the old ‘worker area’ that has become hip! A very Cool atmosphere with trendy hipsters, food from all continents and small individual designer shops and stalls.
And don’t forget to visit Shoreditch House, a popular members restaurant/club with rooftop pool and an incredible view. Here, Arty people loves to party!
Key Trends SS13
60’s influences . Streamlined Sportswear . Japanese Inspired Silhouettes . Early 70’s Retro
Sheer long Layers . Oversized and minimalistic . Feminine Looks . Exotic Prints . Asymmetric lines .
Key Colours SS13
Neutral colours and Pure white . Pastels – Peachy and Pistachio . Orange . Aquatic Blues Emerald Green . Vivid Brights .
Florals . Japanese Inspiration . Bold Graphics . 60’s-style Chequerboards . Middle East .
From the CatWalks…
Inspiration from the 60’s at Louis Vuitton SS13,
The catwalk was filled with A-lined dresses, sheer square patterns, Bight Yellow, long skirts.
Tropical prints and Relaxed yet Sophisticated lines at Paul & Joe SS13
A taste of next seasons exotic print-trends, oversized trousers and long layers.
Plaid in a fresh way from Dries Van Noten SS13
Catching many seasonal trends as Pastels, Plaids and Sheer Layers.
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