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19.09.2015 - Marie Danker

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London Day 1

FOR THE FIRST DAY OF LONDON FASHION WEEK, DESIGNERS OPTED FOR SOFT COLOURS AND MINIMALISTIC APPROACHES. IT WAS THE PERFECT BALANCE FOR THE ECCENTRIC LOOKS WE SPOTTED ON THE STREETS BEFORE THE SHOWS.

London Fashion Week opener J. JS Lee introduced a soft, tailored collection that became more colourful as it peaked. In terms of the eccentricity we have come to associate with the city, this was a rather gentle beginning. None-the-less, the South Korean designer offered a summery and wearable daytime collection with a definite must-have effect.

Eudon Choi created a collection, perfectly suited for art lovers. Inspired by the paintings of John Anster Fitzgerald, dresses and tops came spray printed and with a predominance of linen. Experimenting with shape and volume, the designer wanted to offer an escape from the overdose of body conscious pieces. He definitely gave the perfect answer to the question what we will be wearing to the next art gallery opening.

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