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London Fashion Week Day 5

London Fashion Week continued on Tuesday with runway shows that were all about volume and drama. Our three featured designers each put their own spin on the classic shapes of pencil skirts and blazers, playing around with both color and patterns.

Peter Jensen


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Peter Jensen
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Peter Jensen

Classic shapes and muted patterns were the theme of the Peter Jensen Fall/Winter 2012 runway collection. The added volume creates drama and makes the garment original and fresh, even with the vintage vibe.

Holly Fulton


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Holly Fulton
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Holly Fulton

Salmon pink and aqua dominated the runway at Holly Fulton. Statement patterns kept the looks fun and eye catching. Even though this collection is for winter, the runway made you feel like you were on a tropical vacation!

Emilio de la Morena


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Emilio de la Morena
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, London Fashion Week, Emilio de la Morena

Drama was at the heart of the Emilio de la Morena looks. With long skirts and tops that wrapped around the head, this show kept you excited and intrigued. Maroon, royal blue and crème were paired with black for a color pallet as dramatic as the shape of the garments.

Lindsay Viker

Photo Credits: Vogue Italy

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