Thursday, 18 September 2008

Bernard Chandran SS '09 Wednesday 17th September

Bernard Chandran showed his latest collection at the Royal Academy of Art as part of On/Off. This was Chandran’s sixth season at fashion week but I can safely say that it was anything but stale.

Drawing inspiration from the pop culture of the east, Chandran showed large, flamboyant shapes. The trapeze-shaped dress was particularly well executed and I expect we’ll soon find this trend on the high street once again. Chandran’s tailoring was sharp with angular, bold cuts.

Colours included rich dark pinks, warm gold, ochre, silver, blue and black. These rich colours were combined with opulent fabrics like shantung silk and contrasted with the sharp cuts. The pieces were sometimes embellished with metal studs and crystals which added another dimension of luxury.









1 comment:

Christina Sanders said...

Hey lovely.
I thought I would leave you a comment so you can find me in the world of cyber sapce.
My blog is asensesublime.blogspot.com

From the look of your photos we must have been quite near each other for the Bernard Chandran Show, I can't believe we didn't spot each other!

See you soon my love
Christina x x