LCF MA13 Catwalk Show
Yi Xie’s womenswear collection (pictured above) introduced manipulated and pleated fabric, transforming bodycon dresses and evening wear through an exaggeration of the female form.
Octo Cheung takes on tailored menswear with tweed and wool for autumn/winter ’13 paired with avant garde Victorian accessories.
Sian Davies moves the traditional womenswear darts, creating a thoroughly modern womenswear collection.
Min Wu takes 70’s ‘free love’ flowing looks and transforms them with a light ombre colour palette paired with platforms.
Na Di makes floral prints look masculine with the menswear collection of baseball jackets and three quarter length trousers.
Nadia Scullon uses laser cut fabric to add collar and hem detailing on modest dresses.
Keiko Nishiyama’s painstakingly detailed sequin embellished floral prints are inspired by Holland complete with clogs.
Maddalena Mangialavori pairs fringing with grecian sandals for autumn/winter ’13.
Antonia Lloyd gets ready for the rainy months ahead next season with waterproof suiting and matching backpacks.
Xin Sun’s amish meets wild west combination takes layering to the next level.
In addition to the catwalk debut, the MA13 season continues at Victoria House Basement with an exhibition showcasing photography, footwear, accessories, artefact and sustainable fashion from 16th – 18th february.
Show Director and Producer: Lee Lapthorne at doll
Stylist: Kim Howells
Makeup: Andrew Gallimore at M.A.C. Cosmetics
– Sufiyeh Hadian