With a Stiff Upper Lip, We Bid Goodbye to LFW

The shows in London are over, and the countdown to the Prada show on Tuesday has officially begun. But before you say cheerio to British fashion, che
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The shows in London are over, and the countdown to the Prada show on Tuesday has officially begun. But before you say cheerio to British fashion, che
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The shows in London are over, and the countdown to the Prada show on Tuesday has officially begun. But before you say cheerio to British fashion, check out the clothes from these three designers you might have overlooked. Their clothes aren't as brash and bright as House of Holland, but we think they still have lots of impact. Roksanda Ilincic Roksanda is a Serbian by way of Yugoslavia, now living and designing in London. This fall she says she was inspired by 30's-'70s fashion illustration, and we could definitely see Greta Garbo lounging in one of her flowing charmeuse gowns. They've got an understated glamor and elegance that speaks volumes, softly. Richard Nicoll Like Roksanda Ilincic, Richard Nicoll played with pumped-up shoulders this season. But in his muted color palette the clothes definitely felt more sculptural than sporty. The next Central St. Martins grad to make a big splash? Maybe... Jonathan Saunders Jonathan Saunders has a masters in printed textiles, but his clothes don't look the way you might expect them to. Instead of running riot with plaids, paisleys, and stripes, Jonathan does simple color blocking. If you like what you see as much as we do, take heart; he'll be showing in New York next season. --ANNA FIELDING GRIGGS

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Eugenia M in Roksanda Ilincic

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Richard Nicoll

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Olga Sherer in Jonathan Saunders