It should go without saying that Magdalena Velevska's collection has been one of a few standalone favourites this week. While I (and everyone else in the immediate vicinity) floated happily from dreamy neon pleat to neon pleat (the best neon too - the kind that can never be properly captured in photos), Magdalena's finer details in knits and metallics on top of a wonderfully colour-carded game of tips between long-short-midi hemlines came across as seemingly effortless.
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I have already declared my undying love for the maxi/mini below, the layering of symmetrical and asymmetrical print (silently mirrored in the stunning braids that I'm now going to spend months trying to master) and, as always, high waisted tailoring.
Did I not say neons on white for SS11/12?
Magdalena also wins in visual captivity. Bold, ethereal and Facebook Page can finally be said in the same sentence.
Other collections of note in my head for today were definitely Shakuhachi and Alice McCall (both of which will be happily blogged up soon!). In other news, it was such a pleasure to meet the talented Napoleon Perdis (whose two-toned lips for the Dhini show this afternoon were absolutely amazing - so tempted to try it myself!), a mix of fun street photographers, and a film crew (I still haven't figured out who they were). And as always, my beautiful blogging girls and guys. Editors may not like us. But it's fine. Really.
I haven't decided what exactly I'm going to be up to tomorrow (the uni-fashion-week balance is a little precarious at present), but I will, as always, be keeping you all updated on Twitter!