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Since finishing her studies at Central Saint Martins, receiving an MA in Womenswear, Jacke JS Lee has showcased many collections at London Fashion Week. I always look forward to seeing her newest designs, and today was no exception.
Eagerly awaiting by my laptop with the live stream on full screen, I think back on how her past collections have served as inspiration for me. I love how she can only use a select colour palette time after time, yet deliver something new.
As the room fell dark and silent, the first model entered. With a pixie bowl hairstyle and the classic red lip, the first outfit of LFW did not disapoint.
A persistent feature in this collection was a draw-string effect, which I loved! Gorgeous pale pink fur also graced the catwalk, with the odd shocking pink feature on the dark, black garments.
One of the most memorable SS14 collections for me was Jean-Pierre Braganza’s strong collection of edgily feminine garments.
Raised in Canada, he then moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins before working with French designer Roland Mouret. He then set up his own label and in 2004 the label debuted at London Fashion Week.
Braganza has been a finalist for many awards, such as the British Fashion Council’s Fashion Forward award.
His collections include a mixture of simple designs and complex, eye-pleasing prints in contrasting colours. Rarely do I remember collections from 2 seasons ago, but Braganza’s AW13 is still undoubtedly one of my favourite collections
Jean-Pierre Braganza’s AW14 collection at London Fashion Week will be streamed live online at 11am this Friday.