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The transversal spirit of the LFWM

On stage the theatricality of Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY the naive imagination of Bethany Williams and the exoticism of Edward Crutchley.
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After receiving the Woolmark International Prize , Edward Crutchley returns to the scene with a neo-cubist Autumn Winter 2020-2021 collection. His research is rich in exotic references, especially Filipino, African and Scottish culture. An international collection that preserves the triumph of English merino wool and mohair certified by the Woolmark Company. To accentuate Crutchley's work, the head pieces by Stephen Jones with a reinterpretation of the typical headdresses of the Namibian population.
Instead, candidate for the 2019 LVMH Award and British Emerging Talent winner, Bethany Williams presented her show at the Truman Brewery Space , the official location of the Fashion Britsh Council . An inclusive collection for the future that supported the Magpie Project charity . A hymn to hope, the work of the British designer winks at naive imagery and tribal art. Unexpected sartorial cuts and a palette mostly composed of primary colors that are punctuated by a perfect chromatic rhythm.
More irreverent the hell of Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY is a magical and amazing scenario in which performers and models exhibit the creations of the English designer. He prefers to call them 'Danders' but in fact the name suggests the reference to dandy aesthetics. An impeccable staging made up of crinolines, tartans, psychedelic patterns, but also functional details. During the show there was no lack of his theatricality, the distinctive soul of his signature that lit the entire Battersea Art Center in London.

Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY


Bethany Williams


Edward Crutchley


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