Fashion month continues with London Fashion Week, and Interview photographers Louise Damgaard, Vita Hewison, and Alice Lubbock are backstage and front row at our favorite shows. Check in daily and follow Louise, Vita, and Alice on Interview’s Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, for the latest updates.
The Christopher Kane girl has never been one-dimensional. More than just tough-girl cool, she carefully balances softness and structure, wearability and ambition. For Spring 2014, the designer presented petal-shaped metal cutouts in the place of florals. For Fall, he mixed fur, frills, origami organza, and light pink with black, padded PVC, patent leather, nylon, and architectural silhouettes. Take, for example, the look sported by Malaika Firth: a turtleneck sweater with stiff yet feminine frills, strong shoulders, and a small bow at the base of the collar, paired with a ruched miniskirt and ankle-strap heals. Or Ola Rudnicka’s woven pink and black mini worn under a pink-lined, shiny-coated afghan. Closing the show was a series of architectural, covetable cocktails dresses made up of delicate organza layers.
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