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Vinyl, PVC, and latex clothing usually send one’s mind straight to the gutter. Or to a vision of a catsuit. It’s certainly not versatility, wearability, or comfort. I know it’s not just me.
However, fall/winter 2013 is putting a spin on these preconceptions, with plenty of bright, shiny, and kinky nuggets.
Has hell frozen over? Sunday at two of London’s most redoubtable print masters, Mary Katrantzou and Jonathan Saunders, bright digital prints were not at display. (Boobies were though, at the later.) Also of note were the grown-up womanly looks at Mulberry and Preen as well as at L’Wren Scott’s UK debut, where look seven (a cobalt wool dress with gold collar) premiered on the runway after it premiered on Nicole Kidman at the Stoker premiere.
What’s the buzz from across the pond? On the second day of London Fashion Week, those designers who got everyone talking went their own very eccentric way–whether that be upcycling at Christopher Raeburn, haute frayed denim at Marques’Almeida, wacky knits at Sister by Sibling, or racing sophistication at Thomas Tait.
Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Manhattan anymore. From fantastical flowered headgear to sheer-ish latex looks and peekaboo trousers, but a few hours after New York Fashion Week wrapped, the message in the land of outlandish fashion was clear: “Welcome to London Town!”