Marios Schwab Works London Fashion Week

by Rachel Yeomans | September 22nd, 2009   

New York Fashion Week is a very big tug on both one’s energies and emotions. After an insane week suddenly comes to a short and sudden halt, that feeling of utter and hopeless restlessness takes over. But then, the realization reigns in as the Monty Python Holy Grail beacon: “Wait a minute, London Fashion Week is coming! It’s NOT over!” Fashion fixes and runway shows and backstage gossip can still ensue, happily in denial that another end-of-the-week crash is just around the corner.

Today’s Wall Street Journal had a fantastic tidbit on the London show of Marios Schwab, showcasing his Spring 2010 collection:

”Marios Schwab sent out a spring 2010 collection that was both thoughtful and interesting. And by interesting we don’t mean “COMPLETELY UNWEARABLE!” We actually mean interesting.“

WSJ went on to explain that Schwab’s latest collection encapsulated fashion’s past, present and future by showcasing a visual fashion time capsule through the ages. Style.com stated Schwab’s intention was to achieve “a new way of looking at bohemian dressing.” Either way, it was an amazing show. Just what we were hoping for from London Fashion Week.

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Photos Courtesy of Style.com

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