The 3 Most Buzzed About Shows from Day 4 of London Fashion Week

The fourth day of London Fashion Week was positively buzzing with sexual tension, from blushing English Roses at Burberry Prorsum to deflowering und
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The fourth day of London Fashion Week was positively buzzing with sexual tension, from blushing English Roses at Burberry Prorsum to deflowering und
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The fourth day of London Fashion Week was positively buzzing with sexual tension, from blushing English Roses at Burberry Prorsum to deflowering undertones at Christopher Kane, and Tom Ford's redux of his Gucci '90s.

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Burberry Prorsum Designer: Christopher Bailey

  • "A classic, romantic collection." [
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    Christopher Kane Designer: Christopher Kane

    • "Scottish-born designer Christopher Kane tapped into flower power for his spring and summer floral fashion collection Monday, and the petals pulled him through despite a confusing detour or two." [
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      Tom Ford Designer: Tom Ford

      • "Models sashayed in sexy outfits in brown and black leather and glittering sequins that set the whole room alight." [AFP]
      • "As with everything Tom Ford, his new womenswear collection is slick, opulent and full of sex appeal." [AP]
      • "Clothes suited to (millionaire) club kids: figure hugging skirts, mini-dresses, and micro-suits covered in crystal." [The Daily Beast]
      • "Mirrored catwalk, the spotlight model, leathers as shiny and juicy looking as a prize conker, curve hugging, thigh grazing jewelled dresses refracting more light than the Hubble Space telescope, bondage shoes and Via Montenapoleone-plush furs - this is home turf to Ford and his clientele." [

        The Daily Telegraph]

      • "Those sculpted, rock-hard, ribbed pieces that opened the show certainly trounced the season’s prevailing prettiness." [ELLEuk.com]
      • "[A] more-is-more, blingtastic take on spring/summer dressing." [The Independent]
      • "For any woman who believes that the 1980s (preferably in Dallas) was the way to go, here was greed-is-good once again." [International Herald Tribune]
      • "Poured into evening outfits that looked as if they were shot out of a can of black Silly String and then seemingly baked with a girdle of foil, his models definitely were more molten than glamorous." [The New York Times]
      • "Continuing the week's trend of mirrored runways, we got 360-degree views of second-skin leather ensembles, laced-up-to-there boots, and a head-to-toe sparkling mosaic design that is bound to be buzzed about long after Jay Z's hit is retired from the radio." [POPSUGAR Fashion]
      • "Being a filmmaker, a storyteller 'n' all, Tom Ford surely appreciates the classical Icarus-like dimensions of his autobio. But Icarus wasn't a phoenix. Tom is. All he needed to prove it was a situation where he could once again exercise complete control." [Style.com]
      • "'Power. Athleticism. Powerful women!' Well, Tom Ford was in a take-no-prisoners mood vis-a-vis the bod beautiful as he sees it—a long-legged, fiercely clad vision of leather and glitter-armored sexuality." [Vogue.com]
      • "The point about Ford is that he knows what his women want." [Vogue.com UK]
      • "Ford dialed down fall’s overpowering statement to just powerful." [WWD]