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London Fashion Week fall/winter 2010: Day One
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Hakaan Yildirim & Bora Aksu


Bora Aksu fall/winter 2010 © Jonathan Hordle / Rex
Hakaan Yildirim offered a sculptural collection modeled by bonafide supermodels such as Natalia Vodianova and Natasha Poly (girls who often skip London altogether, I’ll have you know.)

Winding shapes in a graduating palette, which started with ivory and ended up on the other end of the colour spectrum, were futuristic and fantastic, showing why his name has been on the (red) lips of so many.

Bora Aksu (show pictured, right) never fails to disappoint with his unique style of design. He’s dressed Tori Amos, collaborated with brands such as People Tree and Converse and it’s easy to see why he’s so much in demand.

Fashionistas who can’t normally crack a smile get positively gooey over his clothes and a/w10 was no different.

Pretty dresses in pastel shades had panels of delicate knit and matte sequins to create a textural delight and snakeskin blazers offered a harder edge to the coquettish tulle and mesh panels of the minidresses.


Selene Pearson
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