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Lug Von Siga – LFW Day 1


Based in the grounds of Great Queen Street the rooms decor was some what magical. With a grand stairway as an entrance to the room and rooms being split in two by a vintage iron gate. The theme was scary, with the classic Psycho Shower Scene music played overhead. 
Von Siga’s show started off with the mellow black, white and nude colours. Creating a neutral colour palette while the echoing of strong dismal music played in the background.
The autumn winter 2013/14 collection consisted of strongly structured collars, boyfriend styled blazers and fair range of bowl hats. With the models hair gelled back into what looked like a natural pony tail and garments overlapping the hair it was a case of being stripped back from all make up to show off the range to its fullest.
The show brightened up as fuchsia pinks and metallic golds took to the runway. Creating real statement pieces with a smashed mirror effect bonded onto the garments.
There were some impressive fabrics used but the ones that really stood out was the embellished fabrics used throughout the range, from blazers to tops. It created a real interesting technique showing a real connection throughout the range.