Richard Nicoll Spring/Summer 2009 London Fashion Week

Had prepared a post about Cibeles, but in the middle of paragraph, already had nothing more to say (though to see if I dare with Lagoon), so I’ve gone flying to London to see that it baked there. Ignoring entirely to Holland, which already answer you I to the friend Montag: No, there is no life more than t-shirts or Agyness Deyn (now over, has given the football theme and it is believed a spice of Claude Montana in hooligan version), I have found with Richard Nicoll. As he said, already there is less good.

Nicoll, of New Zealand parents but born in London, and studied where he studied every designer who wants to become something, in the Central Saint Martins London, there specialized in fashion of man but you got to make t-shirts. They sold like hotcakes in the famous shop Colette of Paris. Not be if lacking imagination or pausing in his career, I went to a well known British stylist Assistant, Camille Bidault-Waddington, another day I speak of it, which is very good.

And there was stung you when the itch to female clothes. Began to study a master’s degree in the Centre where he graduated and Dolce & Gabbana He bought his collection of end of course. There is nothing.

After parading in the Japan fashion week, returns to London, and is that her style is 100 per one hundred London; first thing that catches the attention of its spring/summer 2009 collection is color and the minimalism of their garments, can you remember to Jil Sander, Although the designer says that his inspiration comes from Helmut Lang, He deeply admired in the beginning.

Its lines, completely straight and then, quite wide and cutting ovrsize, although with slight draping in double layer dresses; and his combination of colours, monochrome or two-tone, never printed, in shades of Fuchsia, Orange, pink bat, or Mandarin, give a feeling of total clarity.

I love her skinny and in the same tone silk shirts.

And I love that at the end of the parade under-age by forms and side stop subtle androgyny to give us cocktail dresses in pastel blue color of the most sophisticated.

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