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London has just celebrated a fashion holiday, and as always, there was no lack of extravagance this year, showcasing all of the best created collectively by designers, models and above all fashion designers. This exceptional fashion even started in London on 15 September and lasted until 19 September.

Luxurious Fashion Week London. 15 – 19 September 2017

Mgr. Jana Höger
20.Sep 2017
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Jiří Kalfař - Fashion Week London

Who made for a pleasant surprise?

Of the many excellent designer and luxurious articles, we are introducing just a fragment of what could be seen. From men’s fashion.

The KTZ show – in one word: anarchy

The show included in particular bomber jackets, sleeveless jean jackets paired with short shorts of various lengths. The predominant colours were khaki and black, composed of embroidered leather accessories and top wear made of camouflage printing paper, all held together by shiny silver staples. KTZ profiled itself as a punk uniform, creating anonymity in the form of scarves and veils. For styling, KTZ matched heels with black pipe socks and delicate chandelier earrings, while blurring the lines of what is feminine and what is masculine. 

Luxury collection by Alexa Chung – exceptional wearability

The aim was clear – wearability. The collection looked chic, well crafted, bold and fun. Alexa Chung demonstrated that her strong sense of men’s style can truly be transposed into the entire luxury collection. She is capable of designing clothing that people really want to wear. The tide of joy from fashion, elegance, refinement and playfulness was on the mark.

HAIZHENWANG – the luxurious passion of androgynous clothing

Scraps of denim, embellishment and excess fabric where the key elements of the show. For the forthcoming collection (SS18), HAIZHENWANG worked with Swarovski – crystals were used for embellishment, adding the excitement of textures and details. The “jewels” on the models themselves could be seen in the form of masks, which created a softness that was supposed to impart the idea of femininity. Haizhenwang recreated classic men’s garments for the new concept of femininity. It was not afraid to combine sporty athletic clothing with elegant and simple style. The classic white t-shirt was paired with oversized yellow sleeves, a cotton jacket with extended lines was designed with grey cigarette trousers under a pleated skirt. The designer also worked with NIKE.

Luxusní penthouse na Praze 1 - 226m
Luxusní penthouse na Praze 1 - 226m, Praha 1

Highlights of London Fashion Week

Among the brilliant designers were Emilio de la Morena, minki, Sharon Wauchob, Joseph, Mary Katrantzou, Pam Hogg, Alice Archer and Jiří Kalfař.


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