18 February 2011

London Fashion Week A/W 11 - Aminaka Wilmont

In the colour scheme of black, white and grey, Maki Aminaka Löfvander and Marcus Wilmont's new collection involves plenty of modernistic print and subtly draped material, creating a chic yet also - in my opinion - somewhat relaxed style for Autumn and Winter. Some of my favourite examples include the following:

(Source: londonfashionweek.co.uk)
(Source: londonfashionweek.co.uk)

(Source: londonfashionweek.co.uk)
(Source: londonfashionweek.co.uk)


And yes, the models do have yellow eyes. It's actually rather freaky. o_O

(To visit the Aminaka Wilmont website, click here)

1 comment:

  1. I think it's disgusting that they're still using models that look like they're about to drop dead. These women aren't women - they're stick insects. They don't even look attractive, they look sickly, angry and more like stick insects than humans. Humans weren't meant to be that spindly. The excuse the designers hide behind is that these models should be art - mannequins for their artistic masterpieces. But to that I just say - look at Japan. Look at the Geisha. They're described as "living art", but I notice they look one heck of a lot healthier.

    Bring out the curvy models I say! Let's have some genuinely beautiful girls up there.


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