Wednesday, 22 September 2010

N.K.N - Jonathon Saunders S/S 11

Mixing acid brights with pastel shades for bold colour statements, Saunder's approach to S/S 11 was a complete contrast to previously seen show with Todd Lynn.

The scene set at Somerset house for Lynn mirrored his dark and ominous catwalk stalkers, but then a short skip over the Thames and into Queen Elizabeth Hall's show venue for Saunders had the perfect light for a S/S collection with such colour.

I got nice and cushty with the photographers end, managing to squeeze on the corner, one photographer sitting on my foot but still, beyond-decent view for a non-ticket holder!

Saunder's sports glamour aesthetic showcased digital distorted floral, geometric and world atlas-like prints and embellishments in contrasting colours, deep v-necklines with sexy white mesh, high-collar shirts with acid bright colour injects, long blazer jackets and cocktail dresses softened with chiffon. The majority of looks were pinched at the waist, sporting skater skirts and belt accessories.

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