Last but not definitely not Least

So the remaining two shows that I saw on the 15th were Gyunel and Jean Pierre. I was quite tired to carry on, but I queued up and the shows were awesome. Gyunel was also in the Savoy ballroom, and was brilliant. I loved how the music was really earthy, you could hear in the background a fire burning. The clothes reflected that, with cool blues and green, feathers on the dresses and tops, and leather paneling on the coats and trousers. The collection felt otherworldly,  the models’ makeup and hair added to that. They had white, metallic eyes, making them look like creatures from another planet. It was very peaceful watching them glide around the catwalk. The show started off with a beautiful feathered gown, followed by leather and a white wedding dress, which was a strong contrast with the bold clothes that surrounded it. The show was really beautiful. I will definitely make sure to get another seat at next seasons’ show. Will be adding videos very shortly for both shows, keep your eyes peeled!

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Jean Pierre Bragranza was packed. Everyone was squashed in at the back where I was standing , so it was a tad difficult seeing with all the tall people sitting down in front  The show was fierce, the models hair was left untied, except for a little knot at the back of their heads. He was inspired by science fiction, depicting women as a superior tribe. His collection was strong and bold, consisting of his trademark sharp shoulders, asymmetrical lines, voluminous trousers and shoulders and printed skirts and dresses. The garments gave a real feel of authority and wisdom to the models. I was enthralled by the collection, and really want one of his asymmetrical t-shirts!

Jean-Pierre Braganza Womenswear Autumn Winter 2013

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