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Christopher Kane Fall 2015 RTW

As we said farewell to NYFW last week, we welcomed London Fashion Week with open arms on Saturday. It’s a busy world, the fashion industry, and if you happen to blink; you could miss a worldwide trend in an instant. Lucky for the true fashion devotees, it doesn’t constantly have to be a guessing game. As Day 3 of London Fashion Week commenced yesterday, there was an array of designers who unveiled their Fall 2015 RTW collections. Among the crowd was one of my favorites, Christopher Kane, who showcased a collection which could only be described as an intimate affair; with obvious notes of sexual seduction intertwined.

The show opened with an array of structured black coats and sophisticated pantsuits, with hints of red and electric-blue velvet detailing. Dresses featured graphic prints, as well as lace cutouts and ruffles. My favorite look in the entire collection was a black dress, which featured a graphic, burgundy print, as well as ruffled and sheer detailing. I honestly wanted to steal the dress right off the model’s back. There were also evident signs of 70’s glamour throughout the collection, which we saw at both DVF’s Fall 2015 RTW collection and Rodarte Fall 2015 RTW.

The overall collection gathered the vibe of the modern girl, wanting to go out and have a good time, and who better to dress them than the man who understands this best?

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I am a journalistic enthusiast, born and bred in Washington, D.C. When I'm not busy meticulously constructing posts, I can be found burying my head in an epic novel, cooking a delicious mess in the kitchen, scouring local thrift stores, and spending way too much time binging on Netflix (Arrested Development anyone?). I cannot live without a good playlist (Billy Holiday is preferred), working wifi (sometimes not always working), and Dunkin Donuts coffee (caramel swirl is my go-to flavor). If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to direct them to the email below. Happy Reading!

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