Duro Olowu is a mix master when it comes to print and colour. For London Fashion Week 2018, Duro has set the tone with a vibrant chevron pattern that was evocative of the colourful youth movement. The Olowu woman is never a shrinking violet as she has a taste for vibrant colours and mixed prints and this season finds her asserting herself even more as her signature feminine dresses and blouses have a more graphic beat that was a nice foil to sharply tailored striped suiting.
The collection consisted of gently sculpted coats that were cut with geometric-print bell sleeves, a version which comes in refined molten wool with a sleeve that was panelled with a patchwork of jacquard fabrics. Duro Olowu did not leave out the floral motifs as they gained a luxe bohemian hand on velvet robe coats trimmed with fluffy Mongolian fur. The collection managed to capture the rebel yell of youth with grown-up elegance.
Check out the collection below…
Photo credit: Luis Monteiro – Courtesy of Duro Olowu
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