Catwalk Highlights At London Fashion Week Day One: Corrie Nielsen To Caroline Charles
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
Extravagant volume, avant-garde structure and big, beautiful dresses at Corrie Nielsen.
The intricate folding of Fyodor Golan's fuschia pink dress was reminiscent of rose petals.
Clothes or costumes? Outfits displayed a strong sense of theatricality at Fyodor Golan.
Feminine draping was a trademark of Maria Grachvogel's show.
...and dramatic digital prints gave elegant dresses a very contemporary edge.
Zoe Jordan's paint splattered effect was an art attack on the formal blazer-shift dress pairing.
Metallic-effect fabric makes a bold statement on a simple shift.
Demure tailoring and a floral pattern gives this Caroline Charles dress an innocent, rustic charm.