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London Fashion Week Day 1 – Bright Opaque’s & a Touch of Drama



{mosimage}So far the fashion pack have ticked all those fashion forward trends: Coloured tights – tick, statement jewellery – tick, black galore – tick, tick, tick.


Waiting plays a leading part in the LFW game and ‘The Daily Rubbish’ edited by Jenny Dyson, along with a new publication preview: ‘WAR‘, created by stylist Molaroid and his club kid crew, have been keeping us all entertained with words and visuals.



Rodney, our main camera man, and his team have been busy filming and snapping, while presenter Eva managed to score a quick backstage chat with the well established Ben de Lisi.



Our presenter Eva with Ben de Lisi






The highlight of day 1 came courtesy of Ashley Isham. His show took place at The Royal Opera House against a minimal set comprising of boxy platforms and rectangular water pools. Isham has long perfected his jersey dresses that drape and fall in all the right places. Here the models looked like Grecian Goddesses in their pure white floor-length gowns with futuristic hints of silver. The black and white graphic prints worked particularly well with Isham‘s silhouettes, while tomato red and purple combos provided something for the more daring. The show rounded-off with some real show-stoppers high-shine couture-esque hologram gowns – full of volume, with buckets of wow-factor.


Ashley Isham grand finale



More from London Fashion Week coming soon…


FashionCapital team at LFW 



Catwalk & backstage images: Gemma


Snaps & words: JoJo Iles


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