On day two of London Fashion Week, here at Freemasons Hall we have witnessed a multitude of talents showcased, including new contemporary womenswear designer - Alessia Prekop’s SS14 collection this afternoon.
With a brand aesthetic centering around architectural influences and modern street style driven inspirations, Alessia’s collection encompasses geometric clean-cut lines, innovative textured fabric compilations, exaggerated silhouettes and a strong emphasis on the female form.
Details came in the shape of precision pleats, delicate ruffles and leather trims. Elegant luxe wear was made dynamic, through the use of accentuated shoulders and cocoon shapes, using silk and wool crepe. Coats and jackets played a key role in the collection, cropped, kimono and peplum styles were explored. The colour palette was predominantly monochromatic and neutral, with hints of powdery pastels, perfect for spring. The highest level of craftsmanship was evident in each individual piece.
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Photography by Tracy Asslanian @TracyAsslanian