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SHAPES Structured silhouettes that suggests sophistication and romance and giving a couture-like impression MATERIALS Silk organza scattered with blooms of sheer couched georgette WEAR IT For a Spring outing in the English country CHI John Rocha DOVE Somerset...

com There's always a bit of a buzz around the John Rocha shows. Although he's always remained a little bit under the radar, the Hong Kong-born Irish designer has a large cult following, who happily show up at his shows in his designs. This includes myself. I suppose he's best known for his...

John Rocha was born in Hong Kong of Chinese and Portuguese heritage. His Rocha.John Rocha collection for Debenhams is relaxed, contemporary and very stylish. His colours and prints combine to make some quite exquisite garments and the chic items in his home ware range will look great in any...

I was lucky to make it to John Rocha's show. Maybe it's because I moved house between last season and this - actually I moved right in the middle of fashion week, though that's another drama - but somehow my show ticket never winged its way into my letterbox. I guess the tight security...

John Rocha's fluid silhouette saw the designer create heavily worked garments primarily in black. This collection was a lesson in texture with hand crochet designs, tweeds, lambskins, pressed boiled wools and sheer silks. No one quite does the textured stark aesthetic quite like...

GGY Fashion Show design 2011 Three's A Trend: Sheer Skirts Over 140 designers showed resort collections this season It's not the likeliest of on-the-street looks, but the opening numbers at Vuitton this morning confirmed an odd little trendlet that's been popping up throughout Paris:...

, and cut the two skirt pieces half the size (of your waist), adding at least 1 inch lease. You'll need to make the skirt an A-line, which is easiest to cut if you cut on the fold. Sew the 2 parts together on one side, and then fold over the top/waist once, before pinning in place and sewing...

In the spirit of saving the best to last, the final show that I saw and therefore my last London Fashion Week catwalk write up is for John Rocha. Sheltering out of the rain meant I was at the front of the ticketed queue where I got to witness all manner of diva strops from people trying to get...

His new collection fuses heavy wools, tweeds, some sheer and crochet - something Rocha goes back to time and time again. The thing that got me about these pieces is their weight - OMG, they are heavy heavy heavy. The models did a good job. But, more than anything, the weight of the clothes is...

Topping the list of my favourite LFW shows has to be Felder Felder, John Rocha and Sass & Bide. Mainly because they delivered such gorgeous outerwear. From full skirted 50s style macs at Rocha to 70s inspired textured trench coats from Felder Felder, I have a whole host of coats and jackets...