Even the plainest of outfits at Jean Pierre Braganza became fit for an Egyptian Goddess with the London fashion week (LFW) makeup look. But while turquoise eyeliner and pieces of statement jewellery nodded to the Ancient, the clothing and hair – a smaller braid nested inside a big one, giving the look of an alienous spinal column – clashed the whole thing into the future.
Graphic print found a place on silk jumpsuits and relaxed, collared dresses. Tailoring was either soft, or structured and asymmetrical. All of that came together most perfectly for spring / summer 2013 in a futurist take on the white tuxedo: softly tailored pants met with a structured jacket, the futurist detail in origami like panels and a sharp waistcoat underneath.
Bringing the classical and the modern together in harmony, you can see all of the Jean Pierre Braganza spring / summer 2013 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree