Current fashion trend in winter and autumn in 2011 is from Hilary Alexander displays with colorful clothing, boxes and decorated them with fine hairs. With a fashion that gives its own characteristic present in London in the best fashion in this week. London Fashion Week belonged to the new generation as the digital-age designers dominated the catwalks and cyberspace with dazzling displays of creativity.
This month is a month full of surprises extraordinary. Moreover, this month along with Christmas celebrations are also filled with a variety of formal and glamorous outfits and also Casual.Who was instrumental in at Christmas is very big impact and can enhance our sense of self confidence.
Suits: Tall, and boyish frames
Avoid: Plus size and large breasted ladies
The bohemian trend has been polished up for the party season and is a continuation of what was the hottest look of the summer. Gone are the staple day wear of cowboy boots and poncho, in there place is a look which oozes laid back sophistication. Flowing and long this amazing Chloe inspired beaded strapless dress from Monsoon is in this seasons hot colour. Look out for similar styles in blues, greens, pinks and purples. The key is natural elegance, long and fluid, the beading adds an ethnic feel, try wearing some chunky wooden beads or ethnic inspired jewellery to enhance the overall look, there is a fabulous selection in John Lewis at the moment and like wise in Topshop. Choose simple strappy heels or wooden wedges to finish off.
Catherine Middleton Royal Wedding Dresses. Finally Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen is designer Catherine Middleton (Kate Middleton) princess wedding gown.In this gown using V neck type long sleeved with lace and some places look transparent screen with ivory satin. And in the head band using diamond crown and veil. And for classic model with long train about 7 meters long was added at behind the gown. gown with a closed-up jeweled neck.
This feel like romantic gowns covered in intricate embroidery and lace and very difficult. It made more modern, more sexy. Breathtaking in Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. Sheer perfection. Simple elegance, dramatic but not ostentatious, chic. The symbol of a modern monarchy.
The fashion house were on to the flare trend before any other designer on the runway. Models strutted down the cat walk in the elongating trousers made of orange and green tweed, whilst sporting the classic Burberry fitted jackets. Long lengths were seen throughout the collection, ranging from maxi skirts to maxi trenches – A key trend for the season.
Burberry Prorsum is a much subtler affair than the spikes and studs seen in his spring collection. Bailey took the classic trench and gave it a bohemian edge with leather wrap belts and jaded sequin collars. Many of the coats included removable knit collars and cuffs, which let wearers take their look from day-wear to night. The collection consisted of a fox fur trench coat and a black number with doouble row buttons and a rabbit hair hem. Each ensemble was paired with the the towering thigh high boots plastered in wet look leather, creating the classic outerwear chic that the fashion house is famous for.
Not one to showcase evening wear, Bailey gave a preview of floor length dresses and streamline tuxedos for both women and men. A favourite of many proved to be the low cut, dusky pink maxi dress, with bellowing ruffles cascading to the floor as well as the satin maroon evening gown topped with the jade tasselled wrap.