One of my favourite shows to attend at LMFF is the Graduate Show which showcases the cream of the crop of fashion’s freshest graduates. Avant garde and dramatic, it is fashion at its most theatrical. These creations spill gracefully into the realm of costume design and display wearable (most of the time) showstoppers.
The show opens with Bernadette Francis’ stunning beaded sheath dress.
Natasha Fagg redefines lingerie with luminous beading, tassles and scales of transparent sequins.
Natasha displays an impressive talent range, mastering pants that exude liquified silk…
…and rigid details of refined origami.
Menswear, never to be overshadowed, is fresh here with a translucent milky white abattoir coat.
Jack Hancock asserts his signature for refined menswear with refined detailing, cheekily, yet cleverly, exposing the seductive internal structure of men’s formalwear.
Cesar Chehade’s designs inspired by glorious sea creatures introduce a new species of goddesses.
Amidst the crowd was Sportsgirl CEO Elle Roseby, championing young talent at this spectacular event.