Tuesday, 24 February 2015

J. JS Lee | London Fashion Week AW15

With her signature aesthetics of masculine undertones and relaxed tailoring, it's no surprise the J. JS Lee show is always a firm favourite of mine. This season proved no different as the oversized coats, chic knitwear and androgynous loose-fit trousers adorned the catwalk. The subtle pleating and soft fabrics created a beautifully sophisticated and minimal collection.

The mature colour palette of soft grey and crisp white was briefly interrupted by a playful pop of sunshine yellow and bold fuscia - tributes to Lee's beloved childhood colours. The short, boyish, unkempt hair was also in homage to her scruffy 5 year old self. 

Key pieces include ribbed roll neck jumpers, oversized fur clutch bags and high waisted pleated trousers - all wardrobe must-haves for next autumn / winter. 

Overall the relaxed feminine silhouettes contrasting against the scruffy hair and boyish undertones created a beautiful collection and a stunning show to start off my weekend at Fashion Week. I already can't wait to see what Lee has in store for us next season!



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