London fashion week 2006

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London fashion week 2006

Dare for some catwalk extravaganza? Witness it in the London Fashion week.

Don’t miss out London among the fashion capitals of the world. Truly justified. Setting western trends, London fashion week showcases the works of leading designers in today’s fashion industry. All you need to do is simply be there and watch fashion concepts come to life.

London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2006 Collection
The catwalk was opened starting Sunday to begin the London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2006 Collection. Julien McDonald’s show stirred the ire of Peta activists who were appalled with his collection and flamboyant application of fur for the A/W collection. Karen Walker’s show received magnanimous acclaim from critics for the extremely talented Antipodean. Customer’s Own Property’s show didn’t result to a full house but collection did awe the audience and fashion critics.

The Autumn/Winter London Fashion Week 2006
The Autumn/Winter London Fashion Week 2006 was a well-attended show with new designers who squabbling to carry the future of fashion like Bora Aksu and Jean-Pierre Braganza. Laura Lees graced the catwalk showing informal designs on Day One. Robert Cary-Williams did skirts while Erdem MAN did the tailoring work. On Day Two Aganovich and Yung did a brilliant second appearance. John Rocha received above satisfactory critics. Other designers who displayed their latest fashion inventions were Karen Walker and Jean-Pierre Braganza, whose works were widely acclaimed as well.

On Day Three of the A/W London Fashion Week 2006, Avshalon Gur did an amazing debut on the catwalk. Basso and Brooke made the audience dumbfounded with their latest creations. As mentioned, Bora Aksu appeared on this day as well featuring a fantastic fashion collection. It was also the second of Dutch duo Spijkers en Spijkers. Thanks to PPQ for the inspirational music.

The day after that, Basso & Brooke presented the most spectacular theatrical show in the entire week was stuffed with amazing prints as well as musical accessories. The infamous designer Jean-Pierre Braganza messed with tailoring and oh-so-manly themes. Critics could not help but comment that this was his best show ever showcasing fantastic creations in collaboration with an able designer herself Judy Blame.

Katarzyna Szczotarska showed an impressive and passionate collection. Make way for the latest trousers designs that will surely capture your desire courtesy of Ashish. That’s for Day Five. Our minds should be rumbling for the next London Fashion Week. But before it happens, make sure you’ve drowned yourself with the latest featured designs.

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