Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Mulberry LFW, Spring/Summer '11

I've just finished flicking through a few images of Mulberry's show at LFW, and wow! The whole show was full of bright girly prints as well as a mix of bold block colours. Surprisingly, there were lots of individual pieces as well as dresses in this collection. However, it wasn't just the clothes that made this show so iconic. Mulberry decided to communicate their range in a new way, through the voice of their influences.

 The room was decorated with huge pink flowers, cute humorous animal characters and little garden ornaments.

The decor hugely reflected the collection,  practically screaming 'British gardens'. The bold take on a catwalk show just proves how well this brand knows its customers, maybe we don't just want to dress like the iconic 'City girl'? Gardens hold so much beauty through their natural forms, flowers possess some of the most beautiful natural colours. It's inevitable that the clothes would take on this theme as well.

The colours were bright and fresh, the bold prints incorporated garden influences. Lots of reds, pinks, blues and purples were combined with more neutral shades to create one of the most wearable and accessible shows I've seen.

Yet again, this brand has managed to create a collection that appeals to women across the globe. It's only a matter of time until the likes of Olivia Palermo and Alexa Chung are sporting these designs.

Here are a few of my favourite looks from the new collection. Ironically the ones i have chosen are all neutral shades! For more pictures from the catwalk visit the London fashion week website.

1 comment:

  1. hey i think your blog is very good expecial the what you are wearing