Commencing an intricate collection at Claridge’s Ballroom for London Fashion Week, the looks were full of warn autumnal tones and delicate floral textures. The London based fashion label founded by Maia Norman and Sue Foulston with Amy Powney as creative director started from the inspiration of photographer Nick Waplinton’s images of families in Nottingham, England. Floral prints, which mimicked retro furniture, and 90’s sporty silhouettes, were blended into the entire collection, additionally filled hems, cuffs, and smocks also made a statement on the runway. Not only did the collection house a sleek, feminine element, there was also a mix of sporty blend, which made the collection more young, modern and wearable. Hues that are used are exiting and interesting too. Commencing the collection, the Mother of Pearl Dixie Dress. The mini dress featuring a crew neckline with belled sleeves and ties at the elbow shares the rich element of floral prints in which Wapington and Powney have had a long affection with, coming in the colour way honey rose, this statement mini has been seen on Gemma Ward, Lily-Rose Depp and Olivia Palermo. Moving more into referencing a notable theme of serene and polish within the collection is the beautiful, Alicia top. A long-sleeved crew neck top with bell sleeves in poppy bouquet and white base colour way. Alternatively in the same colour way is the Palmer high neck top, this short ribbed cuff sleeved top features a neck tie, this particular style has been spotted on Lily Aldridge, Aimee Song and Dani Song. Lastly, The Gail sweater, a hero style within the collection with a recontextualized meaningful statement of humble quality and notable luxe. This sweater featured in light grey and charcoal and seen on Gigi Hadid, Whitney Port and Candice Swanepoel is a wardrobe must have and staple piece for any person.
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