Fashion is having a love affair with prints at the moment, and Dae Byn Lee's collection combined bold painterly prints with interesting structure in her collection. Natalie commented that the collection had a bit of the Basso and Brooke about it and she's 100% correct, don't you think?
|Dae Byn Lee's painterly prints|
|The packed crowd|
|Dae Byn Lee|
My favourite collection of the show belonged to Tamsin Lakhani who showed the finest of knits in rainbow colours that had a touch of the Missoni about them. Her striped knits in lean shapes elegantly skimmed the form and had a luxurious appeal.
|From L-R: Elizabeth Daniell, Orla Emerson-Creak, Tamsin Lakhani.|
Other collections that caught my eye included Elizabeth Daniell's bold graphic prints that had commercial appeal-aplenty and Orla Emerson Creak's intricate knitted seperates that reworked the 1960s mod look for the noughties girl.
What are your thoughts on the Nottingham Trent catwalk? I'd love to know your favourite looks as always...