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.
For Fall, London designer Thomas Tait studied up on his color theory. Recently shortlisted for the inaugural LVMH Young Fashion Designer prize, Tait put forth a collection composed of brash jigsaw-ed color-blocking, manipulating mustard-y ochre, tomato red, bright cyan, burnt sienna, and dandelion yellow into asymmetric bustiers, sculptural seamed wool coats with exaggerated lapels, round-shouldered blazers, blousy dresses in rainbow stripes, iridescent Lurex-threaded one-shouldered gowns, and separates with lush Op-Art printed pleating. High-impact make-up (and footwear) enhanced Tait’s journey into rich, saturated, unadulterated color.
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