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London Fashion Week | Day 2

London Fashion Week | Day 2

By Katie PITMAN | London Reporter

Images are courtesy of www.londonfashionweek.co.uk
Saturday 20th February showcased some amazing British designers including Unique, House of Holland and PPQ.

It was all about the countryside at Unique, with the models almost resembling animals themselves with big bushy hair, wild brows and animal masks. There was everything you would need to look stylish in the great outdoors - a distressed parka, oversized knitwear, a herringbone jacket, faux fur mittens and cable knit thigh high socks.


There were a few creations that looked like a walking jumble sale, and I'm not sure how wearable antlers protruding from your head would be whilst walking down Oxford Street in rush hour, but the whole collection was imaginative and wild.

Inspired by Snoop Dogg, Biggles and Ghetto, Henry Holland's Fall 2010 collection didn't have the best start in life. However, his collection was fun, sporty and energetic, with a mish-mash of colors and an anything-goes attitude. He went back to what made him famous in 2006, by designing more logo tees, except this time without the cheeky slogan and more team America.
The bodycon logo miniskirts with tucked-in baggy tees and over the knee socks were very wearable for young London and the colorful printed tights would be welcome in an otherwise dark palette that is normal for Autumn/Winter.

PPQ's luxe-pop chic brand identity inspired an entirely black and gold collection with an array of looks perfect for a night out in London town. A black velvet bandeau dress with gold trimmings and tassels, a black tuxedo playsuit or a black maxi dress with cut-out shoulders and keyhole neckline showing exactly the right amount of flesh had me in dilemmas as to which was my ideal going out party piece.

However, the balance between the perfect ratio of black to gold was slightly tipped with entirely gold harem trousers and a gold metallic trench coat which were more than a little over-the-top. But their underground London cool vibe was still buzzing as many left the last show of the day wishing they were wearing a PPQ dress for their night out.



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