Graphic arts and pop colours are undoubtedly defining elements of London-based designer Holly Fulton’s brand. This season, her signature geometrical patterns took a slightly 70s turn, as colourful folk florals and intricate motifs graced her ample, easy-to-wear dresses and ensembles. Classy indeed were her oversized pants that winked at the male wardrobe and were paired with tube or crop tops in PVC.

As for Burberry Prorsum, Christopher Bailey presented a collection made up of ultra-feminine ...

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