London Fashion Week 2014 – Palmer Harding
A little while ago I headed down to London for London Fashion Week as I had been invited to the Palmer Harding show. I was really excited as it was my first experience of London Fashion Week. I did lots of filming of the show whilst I was their so here is video showing the highlights of their collection
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Palmer Harding is a brand duo, Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding, with their signatures being “Quietly beautiful shirts” and their trademark piece being “The spiral pleated shirt.” Their flowers in bloom inspiration was glorious and refreshing. The transitions between their collection has been described in, “The freshest buds begin to bloom, slowly stems bow under the weight of their blossom. Visible effects caused by the passing of time, each phase of its transition no less beautiful than the one before.” Their show was beautiful, a neutral, fresh palette.
“The allure of petals unfurling, paint beginning to peel and surfaces cracking inspire fabric textures that reflect a journey through life”
Fabrics in their collection flowed effortlessly down the catwalks, crepe de chine, chiffon, lace and devoré in shades of soft magnolia blush, pale cornflower blue, primrose yellow, strong bronze metallics, vibrant orchid pink and lily white. The Palmer Harding show was set away from the rest of London Fashion Week at Somerset House and was instead located at Lincoln’s Inn Chappel, in the 17th century baroque arches of its undercroft. The location was stunning and enhanced the free, open and flowing nature of their collection.