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Yesterday was another day of new discoveries and older brands doing what they do best - offering us ranges of breadth and depth with that all so important British sense of humour and style.
He are the trends TheChicGeek thought noteworthy from the day;
Colour and Pattern - We look to designers for something different. Something we can't get anywhere else, almost wearable art. Designers such as Agi & Sam, Matthew Miller and Kit Neale went to town with humourous pattern and colour.
Left - Agi & Sam
Below from left to right - Kit Neale, Matthew Miller
Flight/Bomber Jackets - Martine Rose turned hers inside out to reveal the shiny orange lining, Christopher Shannon gave us his signature logoed sports take and Lou Dalton went for a wartime romance.
From Left - Christopher Shannon, Lou Dalton
Checks - It's hard to see a check and not think Burberry, but we suppose that's the power of their brand. But it doesn't mean they have the monopoly. E-Tautz went raglan sleeved and bold, Agi & Sam heated it up with orange and Christopher Shannon went monochrome.
Left - Agi & Sam, E Tautz
Footwear Collaborations - Designers turned to experts in footwear combining their fresh eye with the masters of shoe fabrication.
From below left clockwise - Oliver Sweeney for Matthew Miller, CAT footwear for James Long, Timberland by Shawn Samson, CAT footwear for Martine Rose
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