Lets continue with London Fashion Week, shall we? There’s still some bits left and the best – not clothing, but attendee-wise, although the clothes were pretty good and interesting too. But lets go back To Ports 1961 for a minute (or two) cos there is plenty of thing here we can cheer for.
First and foremost, the idea of authoritative minimalism which is the whole show (and the whole brand actually) is all about, because frankly, I think, there is no better words to put it, so thank you for that (and the photos by the way) Vogue.
Secondly, the homage of British and Italian mills, which the designer, Natasa Cagalj is a big fan of. And I mean, why wouldn’t she? Also, having made most of our clothes with cheaper working countries in much worse conditions, it’s a good thing to advertise the value of the European factories. The clothes look beautiful in movement, even when obviously, there is no video footage here.
Also, red looks excellent with camel. Swoon…
Have a great weekend!
Photos via vogue.co.uk