With Autumn Leaves scattered along the catwalk, There certainly was an autumnal feel to the show all around. There was a military feel to the clothes, and a colour scheme of Deep reds, greens, and blacks.
the show started out mild as McQueen shows go, the finale was truly something else....
A model walks down the catwalk dressed as a bride, when the lights go down, and she wanders into a forest, full of falling leaves, and then ends up in a shed. it's bonkers, it's spectacular and it's genius all at once.
|The Finale in which the bride disappears into a shed in the forest!|
The finale aside, there are many of the clothes which were outstanding, with their full Skirts and massive net underlays, and belted jackets keeping silouhettes tailored and structured.
one dress which largely stood out for me was the dresses which appeared to be made of Flowers. Stunningly beautiful, and completely feminine, they are exactly what a girl needs in the winter to brighten up their day.
|Sarah Burton takes feminine florals to a new level.|
|Sarah Burton has kept the Gothic feel of McQ while |
adding her own touches to the collection