This morning Paul Costelloe opened London Fashion Week - as he has done for several years now - showing one of the strongest collections we've seen from him in recent years.

Week for autumn–winter 2011–12, Paul Costelloe's video has only just become available. As with the Berlin trends, there's a retro feel to Costelloe's collection, this time heading back to the 1960s. The collection has been inspired by colours, Irish tweed and Boulevard Saint-Honoré in the...

Overall: If sticking to a theme like glue sticks to paper was his aim, Paul Costelloe certainly deserves a medal next season. For spring, his girl has a taken a decidedly youthful turn, played out in feminine, flowing dresses with flirty touches. The Sixties Hollywood classic, What Ever...

It's as we enter the final few days of London fashion week that we realise how well Paul Costelloe's AW11 show summarized some of the most noticeable key trends for the coming season. The delightful collection of tweed skirt suits and bright plaids showed how SS11′s optimism will carry...

The first show of London Fashion Week was Paul Costelloe's at the BFC tents. The AW11 collection included tweed, plaid, checks and prints with a palette of brights as well as some khaki yellow browns! Models had beautiful short red wigs and looked quirky in their wool skirts and dresses with...

This morning Paul Costelloe opened London Fashion Week - as he has done for several years now - showing one of the strongest collections we've seen from him in recent years. It seemed like the designer was trying to appeal to a young audience this season because he got a lot more experimental...

The first show of the season was Paul Costelloe with a very early start at 9am. It was a full house for the Irish designer setting off Spring/Summer with a tone of nudes, pastels and Hollywood 60′s glamour with his inspiration being What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? We are set to see some...

Paul Costelloe's Fall/Winter 2011 collection, inspired by colour, Irish tweed and Boulevard Saint-Honoré in the late sixties, ticks all those boxes with pieces in vivid colours, eyeball-grabbing fabrics and feminine shapes that somehow undermine the ongoing trend of androgyny in both men and...

The newly rescued Paul Costelloe opened London Fashion Week with a collection that mixed fun and sophistication for his Autumn/Winter 2011 range. Bright candy coloured hues of pink, green, orange and yellow sauntered down the catwalk alongside checked tweeds, metallic jaquards, and...

This morning Paul Costelloe opened London Fashion Week - as he has done for several years now - showing one of the strongest collections we've seen from him in recent years.

 

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