Structured pieces juxtaposed with floaty, feminine drapery made their way down the runway at Bernard Chandran. A strong collection with a clear story, flowing bamboo prints, wooden block sandals, avante garde face masks and conical headwear spoke of Chandrans far east cultural background. A silk kimono style dress with a black sparkling bodice was one of the collection’s standout pieces. All in all, this was a consciously creative effort which just about remained wearable.
New York scene queen Andre J in the front row. What a fine specimen of human curiosity. This is what London Fashion is all about: being yourself (even if that happens to be a gender bending cocktail of afro beards, red lipstick and 80’s tinsel town floor length dresses)