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London Fall Season celebrates ALEXANDER McQUEEN

Uncompromising: The unusual hairstyle given to the models at the McQ show

 Fashion Work of art: Models had gravity-defying sculptural Hair Military-inspired
MCQ by ALEXANDER MCQUEEN: A MILITARY-THEMED CATWALK DEBUT THAT ELEVATED THIS LABEL TO HIGH FASHION

In light of this season, a fashion enchanted forest, the floor carpeted with Fall  fallen leaves, Sarah Burton unveiled the first ever catwalk show for Alexander McQueen McQ label – and she chose the brand’s hometown of London to do it. The fashion shows major departure from McQ’s previously street style vibe – there was no denim, no tartan. Instead, there was high fashion. Military style coats in black and forest green had cinched waists but wonderful volume, created by layers of tulle underneath. Prom dresses, slim leather overcoats, thigh-length boots. Elsewhere, more tulle – this time on an attitudey prom dress, sewn with thousands of colorful petals. Lapels were wide, jackets were neat. There was velvet, wool and heavy embroidery: luxury fabrics that took this label to a new level. I loved the military belts with gold chains, the perfectly cut coats and the luxurious velvet – and of course, that gravity-defying hair very McQueen inspired in the Crystal Palace. – – DEBORAH ARTHURS

A carpet of leaves created a forest feel inside the London venueA carpet of leaves created a forest feel inside the London venue

Military: The show was a marked departure for McQ which previously focused on more casual clothing designs
Accomplished: Intricate techniques such as heavy embroidery, structured form and rich fabrics marked this out as skilful collectionHair-raising: Models’ hair was piled up on top of the their heads in perfect circular sculptures

London Fashion Week Icons reign supreme at this London Fashion Week. Fashion Journalism from All over the Globe awaits more of London’s fashion industry’s fashion shows. Every Season the Fashion TV a media followers gear up many choices for the Fall season events. Fall 2012 is no different and the “Looks” are very strong and marketable. The Libertines, and a press release promising ‘corrupted elegance’ we were expecting big things from Todd Lynn. With well-cut seperates in autumnal tones of rust orange, chocolate brown and teal – Lynn seemed to tick all the boxes at first. Fur stoles made of Fisher, a ‘relation’ of Sable, added a touch of glamour but the collection still fell a little short. The designer’s usual sculptural, futuristic aesthetic was there, while he attempted to branch out and make his first foray into draped silk. Shoulder high leather gloves added an interesting twist but otherwise the styling was basic. One note of interest came in the form of a gold feathered collar courtesy of Shaun Leane. – Sophie Warburton, fashion assistant, ©Daily Telegraph. Can you eat a jam doughnut without licking your lips? Well get practicing because if today’s make-up looks are anything to go by, next season will be all about glitter on your lips. Call it a fajazzle if you will. We will. International Icons reign supreme at this London Fashion Week. Fashion Journalism from All over the Globe awaits more of London’s fashion industry’s fashion shows. Every Season the Fashion TV a media followers gear up many choices for the Fall season events. Fall 2012 is no different and the “Looks” are very strong and marketable. – – ©ourtesy of dailymail.co.uk

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