Mark Fast's showed an edgy cut-out Spring 2011 collection for London Fashion Week. Yes, this is the same designer who used plus-sized models of 14 and even size 16 on the runway in his past Fashion week show --- we love that! Fast's unconventional ways are what sets him apart from many; he continued his signature of form fitting and unique aesthetics throughout the line. The body hugging looks included vibrant hues, perforated detailing, paired with fringe materials and platforms that emanated a runway showgirl feeling in a Ready-To-Wear way. Some of these looks were those you could definitely see a few highly confident celebs wearing, of course!photos: Wireimage, Getty, LFW
There were touches of gold throughout the line giving you a feeling of royal ease in daylight, and confidence as you kept your eyes wide open with anticipation for the next exhibit. And all done with hopes that you would not miss anything from a slight blink.
The Mulleavy sisters definitely know what they’re doing, and in the proper dosage. For example, the juxtaposition of diverse fabric-overlapping layers, certain slits and how far out, say, a waistband even should be—creating statues of wearable art.
There were many pieces to love from this collection. Though, my favourites were the brown leather embossed jacket paired with a turtleneck, and the almost Roman Centurion-esque dresses with a mosaic-scaly texture, which was a hybrid of a cocktail dress and modern garb for daily battle. Some other ensembles included peplums, wood printed motifs and cut-out treatments that were still feminine and also wearable.
Here are my top picks from the collection:
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