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Posts Tagged ‘Youjia Jin’

Youjia Jin AW15: London Fashion Week Catwalk Review

Youjia Jin reinterpreted Alice in Wonderland in this beautifully put together collection.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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Everything about the Youjia Jin collection was well considered. Perfect tailoring was given a unique and fanciful twist, deftly playing with usual proportions and stylistic norms. A coat appeared one thing from the front and another from the back, with a swishing cape attached to a smartly tailored jacket. Sheer was combined with wool, cable knit provided detail on a pleated suit dress and gossamer light cascading ruffles adorned skirt waists, sleeves and hems. A traditional single breasted suit collar became the main feature on a coat dress. My favourite piece was a beautiful pinstripe wrap over dress that flared elegantly over a dark underskirt: so flattering and different.

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London Fashion Week Fashion Scout Ones To Watch S/S 2015 Catwalk Review

The London College of Fashion contributed three of the Ones to Watch this season. Youjia Jin, Min Wu, Keiko Nishiyama and Cassandra Verity Green all took to the catwalk on Friday 12th September 2014.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Youjia Jin SS2015 by Dom&Ink. This season Fashion Scout‘s Ones to Watch featured two designers that I spotted some time ago, and two that were new to me. Somewhat impressively, […]

London College of Fashion MA Fashion Show 2014, Womenswear: London Fashion Week Catwalk Review

Womenswear MA students showcased their graduate collections at the Waldorf Hotel on Friday 14th February 2014.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Mariana Jungmann by Emma Farrarons. The London College of Fashion MA show was held in a huge ballroom at the back of the Waldorf Hotel, a fitting location for this […]