Flowers played a prominent role in Alice Temperley’s collection at London Fashion Week.
The British designer repeatedly used floral designs to enhance her work, most successfully on a stunning hot pink gown, loose-fitting and crafted from a blend of delicate organza and silk.
She also used them on a delicate pale pink print blooming across a neat oat-coloured tea dress and once more on a show-stopping bias cut gown.
Flowers are a long-favoured motif of Temperley – and it was evident for all to see as she delivered a romantic vision aimed squarely at grown-ups.
A surprisingly successful attempt to combine loud leopard print with feminine florals was a particular highlight of the collection.
The overwhelming impression of Temperley’s show was of pink, pink and more pink – although there was dashes of other colours on display as well.
Shimmering silk-organza gowns in cream and blush pink gave way to darkly dramatic dresses dressed up with fringed capes and festooned with neatly embroidered flowers.
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