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London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014: Holly Fulton

14/08/2014 16:39 | Updated 20 May 2015

Holly Fulton sent her fleet of models down the runway to the sharp sounds of 'Close To The Edit' by Art of Noise for her Autumn/Winter 2014 show. Bolshy and bold as you like.

The collection was all about women in a world of technology, inspired by Fritz Lang's Metropolis and seen through recurring florals and hand motifs. We're talking women's hands clutching at phones and lipsticks. Genius.

Holly Fulton London Fashion Week 2014

The icy metallic hues were teamed perfectly with powder blues and glossy greys across strapless dresses and pleated skirts.

Here's a few style notes to know about Fulton's Autumn/Winter 2014 collection:

1. Wear dainty spectacles. Geek chic has had an overhaul, this eye gear is barely there but when teamed with a briefcase, it's clear you mean business.

2. Opt for Fulton's feminine hand prints (or 1950s florals) - animal motifs are so over this A/W.

3. Embellish your ensemble. Mix metallics, strapless dresses and oversized outerwear with Swarovski crystals.

Take a look through this gallery to see all the looks from Fulton's industrious collection. Totally working it...

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