Falguni and Shane Peacock’s collection was a highlight delight for me and Connie on Sunday. With the likes of Michelle Williams from Destiny’s Child nearby, the show attracted a glistening array of stars and industry types. As the lights dimmed, kaleidoscope designs sparked the runway, with rich embellishments and an innovative blend of fabrics that looked to evolve and spirally unwind as the garments flowed. Shoulder blade jackets were thick and electric with feathers, perfect for folk lore landscapes. This vamped up the eastern inspiration into something fitting for the eclectic dance floor. The elegance remained on show though, with long draping dresses that had an aquatic freshness to them; a mist like quality that exuded a sense of innocence. What marked this collection was the accessibility to women from different runways of life. Fitting for the glamorous and established, and likewise for the young and ambitious starlet looking for something electric and adventurous in colour, Falguni and Shane Peacock are sure to make a print in the UK from here onwards.
This S/S 2010 collection was backed by Fu-sion 360, a creative management company working with Indian designers.