To kick off London Fashion Week, I watched the Eudon Choi show at Brewer Street. The '70s tailoring combined with a light, whimsical colour scheme created this playful yet elegant vibe which I loved. Here are some of my favourite looks.
Exhibit A of how to wear a lilac pant suit and look chic as ever.
I'm obsessed with the '70s trend of long skirts with long boots, and the pastel hues here gave it a modern edge.
The patterned pieces were louder, but streamlined with shift silhouettes and in this case a camel coat.
I'm going to take this moment to highlight how delightful the shoes by Ganor Dominic were in this collection. Shiny heeled knee-high boots? Enough said.
Something I noticed was the variation of necklines and collars. Almost creating an evolutionary series, each piece had a slightly different shape or detail around the neck.
The retro silhouettes paired with the chosen colours created this contrasting sense of familiar yet advanced design. I found it really refreshing.
Overall I think this is a prime example of how you can have fun with fashion and play with colour and texture, whilst keeping smart with clean tailoring. I'm obsessed.