Inspired by ancient art and sculpture as well as the movement into Modernism, Fulton's collection is about freedom, expression and sun-worshipping. In *really* beautiful fashion.
Texture play was interpreted through appliqué patchwork florals, crystal embellishment, patent laser-cut leather, organza and lightweight wool.
The Fulton woman is all style and while she's polished (check those immaculate ponytails, the drop earrings, the boxy handbags) she's fresh, fun and all-consuming.
When the print work wasn't floral it was made up of triangles and showcased across the front of tunic crop tops, halter-neck-dresses and oversized buttonless jackets in monochrome.
Tailoring was sharp and made the matchy print ensembles (crisp shirts and skirts, shin-length dresses and luxe, made to lounge in trousers) all the more head-turning.
There's a lot of midriff baring too, so invest in a neutral leather bandeau top and team it with a floral applique skirt.
Accessories wise - because Fulton is a lady who likes a statement accessory - sunglasses, which she collaborated with Cutler and Gross to design, had mirrored-lenses. Square clutches and handbags had a glossy finish and, as always, jewellery was OTT and all kinds of fabulous.
See the full Spring/Summer 2015 catwalk here...
DAY TWO ON THE CATWALK:
Emilia Wickstead Spring/Summer 2015
ALL ABOUT FASHION WEEK? Check out our day-by-day Spring/Summer 2015 LFW schedule and watch the shows as they happen here...