Tagged: Daks

Fall/Winter 2014 Trends: Colorful Fur

Colorful fur jackets were very popular this winter but this trend went step further and next year we will be seeing a lot of colorful patchwork and vivid prints on fur. Miuccia Prada even made some printed fur coats for the summer, but we have seen more of this at fall/winter shows.  Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, well known for his artistic prints on clothes, used them on fur this time, while Altuzarra, Aquilano Rimondi and Daks have shown us interesting patterns printed on fur.

Patchwork is definitely a huge trend for fall/winter 2014 and we have seen some beautiful coats made from colorful patches at Phillip Lim, Roksanda Ilincic and Topshop Unique. Prada’s latest collection includes some leather coats with fur trimmings in vivid colors, while Vercase and Dolce&Gabbana designed some amazing fur coats in bright red which look incredibly warm.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Au Jour Le Jour

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Au Jour Le Jour

Topshop Unique, Roksanda Ilincic, Phillip Lim

Topshop Unique, Roksanda Ilincic, Phillip Lim

 

Daks, Altuzarra, Aquilano Rimondi

Daks, Altuzarra, Aquilano Rimondi

 

Givenchy, Prada, Blumarine

Givenchy, Prada, Blumarine

 

Matthew Williamson, Anna Sui, Preen

Matthew Williamson, Anna Sui, Preen

 

Paul Smith, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace

Paul Smith, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace

Images: www.vogue.com, www.style.com

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Flowers and Logos: The Quirkiest Accessories at London Fashion Week

Anya Hindmarch

Anya Hindmarch

London Fashion Week always surprises us with funny and quirky designs and crazy accessories. It didn’t disappoint us this year since we saw very eccentric accessories from furry royal guard hats by Daks and ruffled headpieces by John Rocha to Burberry personalized blankets.

Burberry

Burberry

Christopher Bailey’s accessories were an absolute hit. He showed us a brand new way to wear a printed scarf and painted bags, boots and belts with flower motifs. He also designed some amazing kilim inspired totes and shocked us with a range of colorful blankets with woven initials of models.

Daks

Daks

Towards the end of week we saw Anya Hindmarch show with kooky bags inspired by British products such as Ariel washing powder, Swan matches, Custard Cream biscuits and even bags of crisps. It was her witty answer to logomania trend which is going to be very popular this year, but there are some cute logotype-free handbags too.

Sophia Webster

Sophia Webster

When it comes to shoes, there were plenty of imaginative designs from Emilio de la Morena’s open toe velvet shoes to Sophia Webster colorful heels.

Emilio de la Morena

Emilio de la Morena

Images: www.vogue.co.uk, www.vogue.it