As day two of Alternative Fashion Week kicks off, yet more exciting designers graced the runway. Highlights included floor length circle silk skirts, playful playsuits and seductive jersey and lace lingerie.
Playsuit Parlour’s fun and light-hearted catwalk saw: geisha’s, ice queens and mimes (amongst others) model the company’s collection. These collection was made with the intent to remind us about the importance of enjoying clothes and self expression, alongside embracing the ethics behind this. A Fellowship 500 member, Playsuit Parlour enticed the audience to embrace the light-hearted nature of their clothes and the theatrics of dressing-up.
Barnet College also impressed, showing a great collection of transeasonal, eclectic designs. A particular favourite was a circle-cut floor length skirt, which almost sailed down the catwalk alone.
Among others, Georgia Nash’s ‘Closetbox Boutique’ seduced the audience with neoclassical designs based on her grandmother’s jewellery box. Part of the Nud, a sustainable fashion collaboration, Georgia’s designs were fresh, seductive and very wearable.
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