. The collection Mary Katrantzou presented to London Fashion Week followed the structured, colorful style of her previous shows, this time taking inspiration from everyday items such as those you find on your table at work... MARY KATRANTZOU LFW AW...

The range also includes jumpsuits like this one, black with fine multicoloured patterns that gives it very Mary Katrantzou. Simple, yet the bust detail of the material which sticks out and that waved creation across add's texture and a different style to just an ordinary jumpsuit. Also in...

Maybe i'm asking too much but i wished we could own something vaguely related to their collections if not in the visionary prints (speaking of Katrantzou) at least in the lines. I talentuosi designer Mary Katrantzou e David Koma hanno lavorato con Topshop per presentare nei prossimi giorni...

2 Responses to "LFW Diary: Mary Katrantzou's garden of delights, Marios Schwab's pearls and perforations" Alaykka says: I especially love the "ceramic vase" designs! :) It's so exquisite and the colors are really pretty. These are the kinds of clothes I'd want to wear. My favourite...

structured, printed, chic complexity was presented by mary katrantzou for the FW11 season at london fashion week. an outrageously imaginative fusion of printed textiles was created for the womenswear collection & not only was i impressed but i came away feeling intensely inspired. i love all...

February 9, 2011 Spotlight: Candida Hofer & Mary Katrantzou I discovered a new fashion designer recently as I was reviewing the spring collections. Mary Katrantzou showed last fall during London Fashion Week, and even though it wasn't her first time, she was someone fresh to me. Her printed...

Mary Katrantzou works her magic on the loud, beautiful pieces of her Spring 2017 collection. She brought back Britain's Swinging sixties. I love that every person I met at London Fashion Week LFW looks like they would fit right in. I hope to see much more of Mary as the seasons go by. All

Mary Katrantzou was my most anticipated show, and I doubted that she will deliver something so similar it becomes boring, but she didn't. Even though it wasn't full of surprises, but I would say it was quite far from predictable. I love the new take on shapes, and pantsuits. Well, not exactly...

She may have been dubbed the digital print queen by way of her hypnotising design USP of seasons past, but Mary Katrantzou took a refreshing detour this season. Dizzying print work was replaced by symbols that held a deeper meaning; school badges, medals, clock faces, a coat of arms all made...

Mary Katrantzou is on fire with superb collaborations, this time with her second capsule collection for Topshop. She comes all the way from Greece with exquisite taste in clothes, colors and fabulous ideas! Mary used a part of her Spring/Summer 2011 collection prints but with a twist. The silk...

 

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