Preen by Thornton Bregazzi upstages the Natural History Museum at LFW
Excuse me whilst I wipe drool of the keyboard after just thinking about today's Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show - crikey, that was one collection. Taking over the outside of The Natural History museum's Darwin Centre, gorgeously-adorned fashionistas broke through a pink glow as they hit the catwalk hard.
The design duo gods that are Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi treated us to a treasure chest of uneven skirts, softly tailored trousers, cocktail dresses and loose shirts in delicious sheer organza, quilted silk and eye-catching printed foil.
Print patterns included Japanese floral silhouette designs on folded origami whilst other florals were mixed with geometric shapes very reminiscent of their S/S 12 prints, in particular, their shoe collaboration with ALDO a few years back.
The wild patterns were toned down with grey jersey as they were broken up in the collection by sugary pastel slips, acid pink waffled dresses and crisp, architectural jackets and skirts. The looks were finished off with bug eyed sunnies and youthful sandals with clear, jelly straps.
Why not take a peek for yourself and have a little jaw drop to the sheer, foiled loveliness below? Yep, I'm drooling again.