21/02/2012

LFW A/W 12-13 - Holly Fulton

 Holly Fulton is most definitely one of my all time favourite newcomers within the British design industry. I have loved every collection she has produced, and this one is by no means an exception. 
 Fulton's previous S/S 12 collection still focuses on her signature geometric, linear prints and shapes, mixing alternative textiles and fabrics to create a unique look, which has developed the handwriting to mirror A/W themes in her newest collection, of which I shall conduct a post of my favourite looks later. The colour palette for her S/S 12 collection is refined with bright and zesty hues, which I feel creates quite an optimistic vibe, in turquoises, canary yellows, black and white zebra detailing, aquas and terracottas. 

 Adore the style and detailing of this dress, check out the back too...

The collection took subtle note of the S/S 12 'Under the Sea' trend, with references to shell embellishment and embroidered coral shapes and patterns.

 Beautiful and intricate structured chokers. 
 Zebra patterns seemed to be key detailing.
 Fabulous fringing trim on the bottom of this skirt.


 Pretty pastel shell prints.
 Coral reef embroidery and patterns.


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