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London Fashion Week AW12: Mulberry

The show we’ve all been waiting for: Mulberry. The British brand is a firm favourite among the fashion pack and the AW12 collection is sure to keep them entertained for yet another season. The dresses at Mulberry were tastefully sexy; seductive sheer panels, lingerie-esque lace detailing and conical shaped busts give a glimpse of what lies beneath. At Girl Meets Dress we do love a print, and next season, Mulberry’s dark florals in taffeta and lace are perfect for taking you from the office to cocktails: for the office, cover up with a neat cardigan, while for cocktails, just add a pair of killer heels. Mulberry’s new Lana bag won’t hurt either.

    

Christina Lindsay is reporting on the best AW12 dresses at London Fashion Week for Girl Meets Dress from 17- 21 February.

Find Christina on Twitter: @The_Daydreamer_ or visit her blog The Daydreamer.

 


London Fashion Week AW12: Moschino Cheap & Chic

Moschino Cheap & Chic is synonymous with playful designs and quirky prints and the new collection for AW12 will not disappoint die-hard fans. Despite being an Italian label, the AW12 dresses are distinctly British; eclectic colours, kitsch prints and multi-coloured patchwork jumper dresses  result in what can only be described as eccentric, but one that fits perfectly in the contemporary idea of individuality. “Bird nest” hair makes for a 60s look, while studded loafers and bright lips brings us right back to 2012 – if there’s a collection of dresses to covet next season, Moschino Cheap & Chic is certainly fighting hard for a space in your wardrobe.

     

 

Christina Lindsay is reporting on the best AW12 dresses at London Fashion Week for Girl Meets Dress from 17- 21 February.

Find Christina on Twitter: @The_Daydreamer_ or visit her blog The Daydreamer.


Coming soon….London Fashion Week updates

Starting this Friday, February 17th, we will be updating you with some incredibly stylish updates from the catwalk.

In the meantime here is what happened last SS12 Fashion Week:

https://www.girlmeetsdress.com/blog/lfw-ss12-report/

 

 


Girls on Dresses: Olivia Phillips from mynewfavouritething.com on Cocktail and Designer Dresses

 

Olivia Phillips of mynewfavouritething.com gives us an insight into the past, present and future designer dresses she’s crazy about.  Here we take a peek into the wardrobe of this London fashionista to find out all about her favourite things…

 

Your first ever dress was:

A Kermit-green number covered in giant hot pink polka dots that came with a little matching jacket. Ah, the 80s. I think it must’ve cost a fortune as one of my earliest memories was my Dad manically scrubbing pen marks out of it in a desperate bid for my mum not to find out.

 

Your oldest dress:

A tailored grey wool-silk pencil dress with bra straps from Joseph that my mum bought me when I was 14. I’m pretty chuffed that I can still fit into it. Just. The wonder of Spanx, eh?

 

Your most expensive dress:

A white ruffled Temperley cocktail dress. It has tiered scalloped edging and plaited straps – it’s utterly beautiful!

 

Seen the most dancefloors:

A scandalously tight bright purple bandage dress from Reiss.

 

Favourite dress:

My silk-jersey Elizabeth and James LBD. It’s 4 dresses in one, really – you can wear it sleeveless, strapless, asymmetric or off-the-shoulder and every which way it looks amazing. I’ve had it mistaken for Lanvin, too which can never be a bad thing!

 

What was the last event you wore a dress to and what did you wear?

My birthday! I wore a bright orange draped H&M number that looks straight out of Studio 54. I paired it with sky-high leopard-print platforms and too much gold jewellery. And I wore it in the daytime, too. Well, if you can’t overdress on your birthday, when can you?

Mini or Maxi?

I love mini dresses but don’t like my legs so I wear maxis quite a lot. I like the sense of drama they create, too. Rachel Zoe can rock a maxi like noone else.

 

Who are your red carpet idols?

Ashley Olsen, Diane Kruger, Eva Mendes, SJP. None of them are afraid to experiment and they also all know what suits them and what will photograph well.

 

Who always gets it right?

Very few people! Christine Centenera and Miroslava Duma are two of my ultimates – can’t hurt that they’re both fashion editors!

 

What is your most memorable dress moment?

Probably my cousin’s wedding when I was maid of honour. I know the day was all about her, but I still felt like a princess walking down the aisle after her in my floor-sweeping cobalt Tibi gown and red Louboutins.

 

Which dress would be top of your Girl Meets Dress lust list?

There are so many! It’s a tie between the sapphire Gorgeous Couture Harlow maxi and the Alice + Olivia blush mini wrap Goddess dress. I think I could get into a whole world of trouble in either. In a good way, of course.

 

 

As someone who always has a new event to attend – how would Girl Meets Dress complement your life?

I’m so fickle, get bored of trends so easily, am constantly on the hunt for the next thing – it’s part of the reason I called my blog My New Favourite Thing. A service like GMD instantly solves all my bratty problems – ingenious!

 

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