Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Felder Felder | London Fashion Week SS16

Felder Felder is always one of my most anticipated shows at London Fashion Week. This season they held it at Freemason's Hall which is always a little disappointing as the lighting is so bad inside! However, as soon as the first model walked out in that iridescent, tailored suit, all my concerns melted away and I enjoyed a spectacular show as per usual.

The glitz and glam of the opening pieces was dramatic and showstopping, but the rest of the collection featured much more wearable designs. Lots of printed dresses, sheer black ensembles and an abundance of white sporty looks. The collection was very young, very wearable, and very Felder Felder. 

My favourite was the new 'Florida Flamingo' print that featured sporadically throughout the show. With a light blue background against the pale pink of the birds, the Felder girls created a very pretty design which looked perfect on the chiffon dresses it appeared on. Afterwards I kept spotting the Felder Felder BMW driving around London which also featured the pretty flamingo-inspired print. A car to match your dress? Only at Fashion Week...

Block colours in clashing pink and red also made an appearance on 70s style wide leg trousers and drop-waist dresses. Overall, the collection was full of contrasting colours, prints and textures, creating a huge mix of styles. There was definitely something for everyone.

What was your favourite piece from the collection?




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