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LFW: Richard Quinn Brings It Back To Glamour With His SS19 RTW Collection

LFW: Richard Quinn Brings It Back To Glamour With His SS19 RTW Collection

Richard Quinn received the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design at his last season show (February 2018) from the Queen herself who sat front row; and with that, the designer literally broke the internet. Many were shocked at the appearance of the Queen at such a fashion event. So, while last season was great for the brand, it also raised the stakes and expectations for Richard Quinn’s Spring/Summer 2019 show!

Richard Quinn has always been about captivating his audience and this time, he did that through a combination of fashion, art and music.

According to the designer,

“In these dystopian times, there is a search for the things that can light our way.”

With live Orchestra performed by London Philharmonic, Richard Quinn set a classic mood and tone for his show. Models walked down the runway in desirable clothes that showcased a variety of techniques. There were a lot of rich prints and in some instance, you get a reminder of a fifties prom style; however, at other times all you could see were contemporary looks and silhouettes that were edgy yet very much a part of the collection.

Textures, prints, embroidery, embellishments, tulle and appliqués were all present in the collection, setting a classy feel with a retro vibe. Sequin and feathers also made an appearance on flower pattern dresses and edgy pieces with sparkles. The lineup had short silk jackets, bright belted coat dresses, sweeping cape-coats, sparkled pants and leather leggings, all of which provided a perfect balance of DESIRE!

Here’s a look at our favourite pieces from the collection…

Photo Credit: www.wwd.com


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