Presenting here some photos from Aashika Chakrabarti latest underwear collection entitled “Undone” . This collection is still in development but so far it looks beautiful. Simple yet sophisticated , green and black are the colour choices. Inspired by marble and stone textures, the textiles used are silk and velvet. This collection is also designed with the average woman’s body in mind and not only for the ‘perfect’ body . Slightly reminiscent of old style underwear but with plenty of modern elements.
My weekend at London Fashion week was as per usual, exciting and a bit crazy. It started on Friday evening with a runway show ; designers : Timothy Bouyez , Luke Anthony and Jack Irving . Each of them had different styles but in the end their designs looked great put together on the runway . A combination of graphic design , patterns , plastic and glitter . A bit of everything for everyone to enjoy , definitely a lot of fun.
The Edeline Lee presentation never disappoints . Rich primary colours , amazing fabrics , fantastic cuts. Outfits that I think scream girl power.
Another fashion presentation on Sunday evening , this time in a church. Phoebe English presentation was the Sunday mass that was not to me missed . Strong fashion designs , with a rather medieval feel to them , monochrome was also part of the theme . The dark atmosphere of a the church went very well with the designs . There was something sumptuous about this presentation and the words painted on the models ,”COURAGE” “TYRANNY” etc , made a strong statement , added a voice to the presentation.
On Tuesday I ran to one last presentation , designer ISA ARFEN is truly amazing . I can only say one thing , the outfits reminded me of Pinocchio … very weird …. It might be the circus theme , as I saw it . Harlequin designs , tights , very tight hats on the top of the models heads , buttons , accessories , great cut dungarees . For me the models looked like they were characters from Pinocchio , funny , in a good way. A puppet show :) .
Love London fashion week <3
Irina Chira photographing for Zero Magazine