London Fashion Week: Osman Spring / Summer 2010
The ‘White Collection’ is all about crisp, cleans lines offering wearable, pure, fresh,futuristic style
Runway Review: In a single colour palette of white, accented with gold, Osman Yousefzada‘s Spring/Summer 10 ‘White Collection’ offered simple and structured sharp silhouettes.
The absence of colour draws attention to the variety of fabric textures used including cheesecloths, blended silks and soft suedes in off-white shades.
Touches of gold used in patches and dip-dyed edges add a glossy, luxe-feel to the spring collection.
Kimono silhouettes mirror ethnical shapes of Japan while other, more abstract, shapes provide a futuristic, modern feel. Oversized eyelets looped through with jersey hint at a nautical theme for summer.
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Echoing his Autumn/Winter 09 collection, Yousefzada has again produced interesting, trendy shades to accompany his collection that are sure to be hot sellers.
The ‘White Collection’ is all about crisp, cleans lines offering wearable, futuristic style for a pure, fresh look on hot summer days to come. – Kirsty Armstrong
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Kirsty in London– Our girl about town and fashion fanatic Kirsty Armstrong brings her sense of British wit to all that’s style in London. Born in Newcastle in the North East of England, Kirsty holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Sunderland. She has expanded her global eye to style while taking a year off for world travel, that included stays in Australia and Thailand. Kirsty now lives in London and is studying towards a Masters in Fashion Journalism at the London College of Fashion while working as a free-lance stylist and fashion journalist. One day, Kirsty will make NYC her home. Visit Kirsty at thefashionvoice.blogspot.com