Holly Fulton's spring summer 2014 show was a nod to the free spirited, long summer days of the early 70's. Models with hair curled and swept to the side walked down the runway in denim pinafore dresses and Swedish Hasbeens clogs.
There was an air of femininity carried through the collection by a soft, powdery colour scheme. Dusty pink florals which adorned billowing skirts and delicate dresses, reminded us of English rose gardens and hand stitched embroidery whilst also forming a key motif throughout the collection. Of course, it wouldn't be a Holly Fulton collection without Holly's trademark geometric prints. Unlike previous collections where the prints took centre stage, the geometric shapes were more subtle, disguised against formal silhouettes of cornflour blue. The accessories were also spot on, complementing the designs and adding a sense of structure to the collection.
Overall this collection channels the feminine, neo-hippie vibe that we cannot get enough of. Bring on spring!
WORDS | GRACE MOLAN
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