Moving forward to Day 2, andΒ Hannah Weiland has made the London girl grown enough to be playful without going out of line with her femininity. Her collection (under the brand name Shrimps) has demonstrated her ability to be the next fashion talent that London needs to watch out for. High heels where accessorised with tight material ankle socks; followed by messy hair and red lipstick. Β Her textile abilities has got us to appreciate her prints of little drawings – to the extent that she made a whole fur coat with it.

Shrimps

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Shrimps

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Shrimps

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Mimi Wade takes her grandmothers youth from 1950s Hollywood with her debut at Fashion East.

Mimi Wade

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Mimi Wade

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Speaking of Fashion East,Β Caitlin Price brings back the fresh dopness to her collection, which is very nineties influenced. Β Young girls with still look ‘tight’ after a long night out in the town.

Other shortlisted candidates include Richard Malone & A.V Robertson, who had amazing embroidery on her silk pieces.

Faustine Steinmetz’ presentation had the models grouped into specific colour rooms (similar to what we saw in the classic Destiny ‘s Child’s “Say My Name”). Incorporating her talent of craftsmanship over trends.

Faustine Steinmetz

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Faustine Steinmetz

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Faustine Steinmetz

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Faustine Steinmetz

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One word for Henry Holland’s collection: fun – with a sense of avant garde.

Henry Holland

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Henry Holland

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