Catwalk Highlights At London Fashion Week Day One: Corrie Nielsen To Caroline Charles

14 September 2012 by

GALLERY >> Catwalk Highlights From LFW Day One

It's [a target="_blank" title="Grazia London Fashion Week" href="/tag/london-fashion-week">London Fashion Week[/a] and - not for the first time this year - the city takes the global centre stage. We loved the glitz and glamour that was [a target="_blank" title="New York Fashion Week" href="/tag/new-york-fashion-week">New York Fashion Week[/a], but can't wait for everyone to see the cutting edge home grown designs of our capital. So we'll be putting together a gallery everyday of the best designs to grace the catwalks at LFW - and we kick off Day One with Corrie Nielsen, Fyodor Golan and Maria Grachvogel.

To see the key catwalk looks from New York Fashion Week click [a target="_blank" title="New York Fashion Week Catwalk Highlights" href="/showreports/archive/2012/09/07/catwalk-highlights-at-new-york-fashion-week--bcbg-maxazria--richard-chai--nichol-1.htm">here[/a].

by Stephanie Soh

Corrie Nielsen

Extravagant volume, avant-garde structure and big, beautiful dresses at Corrie Nielsen.

Fyodor Golan

The intricate folding of Fyodor Golan's fuschia pink dress was reminiscent of rose petals.

Fyodor Golan

Clothes or costumes? Outfits displayed a strong sense of theatricality at Fyodor Golan.

Maria Grachvogel

Feminine draping was a trademark of Maria Grachvogel's show.

Maria Grachvogel

...and dramatic digital prints gave elegant dresses a very contemporary edge.

Zoe Jordan

Zoe Jordan's paint splattered effect was an art attack on the formal blazer-shift dress pairing.

Zoe Jordan

Metallic-effect fabric makes a bold statement on a simple shift.

Caroline Charles

Demure tailoring and a floral pattern gives this Caroline Charles dress an innocent, rustic charm.


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