Jonathan Saunders

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Photography Alice Lubbock

Published February 25, 2015

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If London Fashion Week has taught us anything, it’s that all black everything is not for the English. Rather, an array of ROY G. BIV (ahem, the colors of the rainbow) has been in abundance. For his Fall/Winter ’15 collection, Jonathan Saunders continued this trend. Despite having a brand new studio, the designer channeled his first-ever collection—for which he drew inspiration from painters like Allen Jones, Bridget Riley, and Victor Vasarely, all of whom are known for their vibrant canvases—and produced garments imbued with ’60s-tinged lozenges and lines. While bright patterns may have distracted, silhouettes remained simple and streamlined: A-shape and short-sleeve dresses, turtleneck blouses paired with office-ready skirts and tailored trousers. The finishing touches of many looks included thick-rimmed, often square sunglasses in white and blue, as well as over-the-knee, lace-up Louboutin boots.

For more from LFW Fall 2015, click here.