LFW S/S13: Roksanda Ilincic

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Roksanda Ilincic SS13
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By Ally Pyle September 18, 2012
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
Roksanda Ilincic SS13
One of the sartorial highlights of LFW, Roksanda Ilincic always brings unbridled glamour to the show season. Today, it was artist Niki de Saint Phalle and the colours of Josef Albers' paintings who inspired the spring/summer 13 collection. Arty references were obvious through the vibrant colours that merged together in mustards, black and white patterns with flashes of flesh peeping out in a demure way. The collection has moved on from last season's sporty vibe to be a more grown up version of the more relaxed style. Long sleeves, draped necklines and long hemlines all in the bright palette Ilincic is known for. New for this season were the papery fabrics she used along side plastic laminated fabrics which gave the collection a fashion forward edge on elegant shirts and dresses.
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