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Tuesday, 23 February 2010

London FW - Jonathan Saunders





I loved the colors of the collection...



...they reminded me a bit of Balenciaga


The show took place in a warehouse space in Brick Lane, in a very diaphanous, big, luminous space, the perfect space to show my first collection in a few years (take note Lulu!). And he did it again; by only using blue, orange and black (it remind me a bit of the colour palette Nicholas used for Balenciaga last season), a very street yet posh yet laid back yet classy collection where the colour master (sorry Matthew) showed how he's turning his famous simetrical print signature label into something more casual.


Also, I've noticed Jonathan doesn't like platform shoes



If i were to be a Saunders girl I'd be this one, she looks like
she could kick you ass, love the hoddie




I'm only putting her picture because
she's the new girl on the cover of Tush Magazine



The movement of the skirts with the music was really cool,
see, sometimes is not just a bunch of clothes






With his previous collection I was already surprised there wasn't prints, just colours, well, this season all we've seen is a rose. I guess Mr Saunders is going back to basics. Somehow -and not just because of the red Louboutin soles giving an extra color- in this show the back of the outfits were for me more interesting than the front.. oh well, good one Jonathan!











15 comments:

André Cézar said...

hi, i'm Brasilian , and just to say, I lov your posts and your blog.
Maravilhoso!

Luchi*cha said...

I love Tao's look, no. 5, Freja's look, the jacket with blue in degradé... seems like a pretty cool collection!!!

HOpe u're doing well.

:)

MAISON CHAPLIN said...

I agree with you,. this looks very Balenciaga. Actually, too much.

Prince C said...

Really good post :)

Annie said...

good post, fantastic collection. Never paid him much attention in the past. but with this I love the hoody, parka, and skirts... and the flash of orange is fun.

Wttwotc said...

es verdad que la asíática tiene morbo...

a mi el naranja no es que me emocione en exceso, pero el concepto me ha gustado (no sé mucho sobre moda así que tampoco es que importe mucho :P)

Fashion Gossips said...

Wow el primer vestido mola muchísimo... me encanta el naranja! Y pensar que me acabo de comprar una maleta de Manhattan Portage naranja original? jejeje que alegría

Un besazo y sigue posteando

Daniel Johansson said...

First I wanted to copy André Cézars comment but then I remember.. I'm not Brasilian?! And I should look like a copycat too, that's not hot so I decided to write something personal. Haha. Yey. I LOVE YOUR BLOG. And you're like the most handsome human I've ever seen.. That's nice!

Over to the clothes, I loved how he played with the pattern. Not a favorite piece of collection but it was nice.

Keep (kate) it up and
Take care!

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Angeles Almuna Design said...

Love the collection! Very interesting concept....with something fresh and cool too!
Kisses

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MissyMissyMe said...

very good post. guess this is margot still blogging... if not, congrats P.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a fan of platform shoes either. I loved the ones from the last collection.

no-more-wire-hangers said...

i really loved the collection. especially the skirts! the colour palette was fresh!

NBurrows said...

I agree, I loved the space used. Fresh, modern and a touch utilitarian- reflected the collection perfectly! Really liked the more casual simple approach Saunders took, however would have been nice to see just a few evening looks maybe? The textures were beautiful though with combinations of matte and shiny, fringing and cut out squares. All in all loved watching the show!

chic happens said...

OMG, i love that the chinese german and russian editors of Vogue all sat front row. take more pics of them pleeeeeease. love you!