Fallen in love with J JS Lee

Central Saint Martins graduate Jackie Lee, sent a beautiful refined collection down the catwalk to massive smiles from the fashion press. Effortlessly gliding tailoring in whites, turquoises, pinks and gingham with areas of shine and texture. 

The collection was inspired by the ever-changing colours and free movement of the iridescent jellyfish. 
Its structure, both fluid and luminous, translated effortlessly throughout the collection of relaxed sports-luxe and minimalist tailoring.  
Wax coated embellishments and waterproof Airtex reflected the lights of camera flashes, bringing life to the otherwise static fabric.  The silhouette was kept rather feminine, in aquarium hues of blue, salmon pink and neutrals.  
Full looks in pink
Combining Gingham with wax shine
Catwalk was buzzing, girls strutted down the catwalk with ease and sophistication.
 Tailoring with square details
I also loved the monochrome colours and bold combinations, below highlights this showing contemporary cool.

Bold geometric printed knitwear and gingham were some of the most prominent aesthetics presented, but we must admit, this collection was all about the underwater textures.  

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