London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) Wonderful

Our intense agony over not being in London is only further aggravated after seeing the beyond divine showings on Wednesday. There was Diane von Furstenberg's creative director Nathan Jenden, who showed a superb high architectural collection built in black and white (image at left). Prodigal son Matthew Williamson brought high Bohemia back to his motherland after a 5-year period of exile in New York, and ol' timer Nicole Farhi went slightly tribal. Jens Laugesen and Rodnik, the up-and-comers, also but forth strong, bold and modern lines. The only loser in our eyes? House of Holland. The clothes were ugly, so much so that they managed to make the models look fat. Images of all, after the jump.

Nathan Jenden:

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Matthew Williamson
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London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

Nicole Farhi:

London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

Rodnik:

London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

Giles:

London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

House of Holland:

London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS


Acquascutum
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London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

Jens Laugesen:

London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS


Roksanda Ilincic
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London's Calling, And It Sounds (Er, Looks) WonderfulS

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