“Nothing great in the world has ever been accomplished without passion.”

Hebbel (1813 - 1863)..

26 February 2010

Look back on the LFW

As you can see I have just two favorites in this year LFW which I have highlighted and those are - my beloved Burberry and admirable Issa..

But at the same time I'd like to call attention to few more fascinating performances..

House of Holland

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

Henry Holland made absolutely fresh, fun and romantic image of the woman.. He included two of my very favorite trends of this year - cute knee-high socks which were topped with nice gold-chain prints and very high platform shoes which were made by Charlotte Olympia. Well done, Henry!

If you want something practical and easy you probably need something from Jaeger London..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

..or if you want something warm and pleasant Julien Macdonald is the one you are looking for..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

Louise Goldin slipped in to a future and let us feel like a quite sexy space soldier..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

Highlight yourself with something made by Nathan Jenden cause she knows how to do this..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

Unique is really unique.. Sorry, but not really in my style, but I like that country breeze..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

As the last and the most appreciated I have to mention the great designer Vivienne Westwood..

[Photo: Marcio Madeira / Style.com]

If you want others to draw attention to you just wear something dressy and provocative or independent an impassive from Vivienne Westwood..

And so LFW has closed.. I hope you enjoyed it..


The Beautiful and Glammed said...

thanks for posting! Burberry was our fave, so beautiful, wanted to pre-order all of it!! We'll definitely be back, come follow us if you fancy! Hope you had a lovely lazy Sunday xxx

Victoria said...

Thnx, I had great Sunday... really lazy.. :))