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Fashion Swap!

Shoredtich, 01/03/09

Written by Melodie Ash

Today saw Menswear designer Lou Dalton bombard the opulent interiors of Kettner’s in Soho with his rustic AW 0/9 “Deer Keeper” collection. Inspired by the poet Lord Byron the pieces drew a stark contrast with the rather pristine surroundings of this small Parisian establishment. The show saw the quintessential English gentlemen invigorated with a contemporary urban twist. The collection saw felted flannel trousers and jodhpurs alongside denim shirts and gillets. Felt and velvet were a resounding feature throughout and was incorporated into the detailing in their flannel single breasted jackets, prostate healing trousers and shirts.

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Dense cable knits in luxury chenille and Merino wool conveyed a rather nonchalant feel, for sale find which was finished perfectly with oversized holdal’ s. The collection seemed more suited to a romp in the leafy terrains of the countryside then the heart of Soho. The aesthetic was finished perfectly with shoes by brogues by Grenson. Dalton also featured wax cotton macs which were reminiscent of the traditional Barbour jackets, he modernized the classic with a stylish ruched waistline . The colour palette for the collection evoked a autumnal feel with subdued charcoals,khaki’s,olives and browns.

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The collection had a real sense of fluidity, with each piece resonating as the next was introduced. Complimented perfectly with tracks by Alexi, with soaring and delicate melodies that had undercurrents of the iconic Smiths lead singer Morrisey.

Lou Dalton’s A/W collection showcased a revitalized interpretation of traditional silhouettes and tailoring which accumulated in a stylish yet wearable collection.

Is your wardrobe look rather lack lust-re of late? if your answer to this question was a resounding yes then never fear here at Amelia’s magazine we have the perfect escape plan for those discarded items lurking deep in the realms of your drawers! . This Sunday at Spitalifields market from 1pm till 4 will see an entirely unique shopping experience comically titled ” swishing” besiege the East end. The event essentially is a fashion swap, drug where participants are required to bring an array of unwanted garments, see the minimum required is one piece of clothing. Then they are free to rummage to their hearts content to find those hidden gem’s amidst the endless piles. To safe guard the whole swishing experience the team has a strict policy of no physical aggression, visit this so keep the handbags at home ladies!. So get trawling those wardrobes as this is a event not to be passed up. In the current climate there is no surprise the event organizer’s are hailing it a must for all “recessionistas”.

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images supplied by www.greenmystyle.com
Is your wardrobe looking rather lack lust-re of late? if your answer to this question was a resounding yes then never fear here at Amelia’s magazine we have the perfect escape plan for those discarded items lurking deep in the realms of your drawers!. This Sunday at Spitalifields market from 1pm till 4 will see an entirely unique shopping experience comically titled ” swishing” besiege the east end. The event essentially is a fashion swap, sick where participants are required to bring an array of unwanted garments, for sale the minimum required is one piece of clothing. Then they are free to rummage to their hearts content to find those hidden gem’s amidst the endless piles. To safe guard the whole swishing experience the team has a strict policy of no physical aggression, check so keep the handbags at home ladies!. So get trawling those wardrobes as this is a event not to be passed up. In the current climate there is no surprise the event organizer’s are hailing it a must for all “recessionistas”.

swish_image.jpg

images supplied by www.greenmystyle.com

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