19/10/2012

LFW S/S13: Caroline Charles Catwalk


The Fash Pack entering the BFC catwalk show space for the show...
Myself and fellow blogger Alexandra take our seats and eagerly anticipate the show...









My London Fashion Week began with bursts of colourful print and wistfully dreaming of faraway shores, with the Caroline Charles S/S13 show at the BFC catwalk show space. The collection featured zesty prints ranging from tropical fish, bright and bold florals and elements of the psychedelic 60's, all accompanied by the sounds of twinkly tribal inspired music. The show was introduced with swimwear pieces and poolside cover ups, accessorised with colourful rounded sunglasses, straw and netted beach bags and fluorescent wedged sandals in vibrant yellow, blue and orange. Ready to wear separates including boucle blazers, silk effect trousers and dresses were then introduced in block colours broken up with black. To close the show, elegant and more formal evening dresses were swanned down the runway, in classic blacks and whites with beautiful lace and embroidery detailing, accessorised with rosary bead belts. The finale piece was an all white, full skirted lace sundress, finished off with a straw, floppy brimmed sunhat, followed by a modest appearance from the talented designer herself to a roar of applause for the first show of the season. The whole collection was beautifully put together and possessed the natural elegance and grace that all Caroline Charles creations do. Models donned what has appeared to be a huge trend in hair for S/S13; the slicked back sleek and swishy ponytail, seen at various other shows this LFW, suggesting that poker straight hair is back for another season!
You can view the whole collection and show here.

(All images belong to Maddie Potter at Mode Madeleine blog)










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