Catwalk Review: Mary Katrantzou S/S 2011

19/09/2010 16:17 | Updated 22 May 2015

Mary Katrantzou s/s 2011Getty Images

INSPIRATION: Luxurious interiors from the 1970s

TOP LOOKS: Ornate prints in a spectrum of colours emblazoned onto structured dresses, lampshade style skirts embellished with crystal beading, short skirts with long, chiffon panels floating down the legs.

ACCESSORIES: Chunky, chandelier inspired necklaces overlaying the vibrant prints, super high, suede wedges in hot pink and turquoise.

WHAT WE THOUGHT: Mary Katrantzou is famous for her spectacular graphics, and this season she did not disappoint. The photographic prints of dining tables, doorways, swimming pools and palm trees literally lit up the catwalk; the colours were rich and the attention to detail made for one of the most aesthetically pleasing shows we've seen so far. The lampshade skirts and chandelier necklaces made the glamorous interiors all the more real. A magnificent display of fashion at it's best.


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