J JS Lee: Autumn Winter 2015 LFW



J JS Lee LFW Show


Autumn Winter 15 Collection
9:30am British Fashion Council Courtyard Show Space
Modus Publicity




Frow

Frankie from the girl group, The Saturdays.


Hair and Make Up

Black bowl haircut, sleek and straight with neutral make up and an eye catching, classic red lip. The red lipstick really did set the female look perfectly, it brought the beautifully structured, androgynous collection to life.


Colours

White
Grey / Grey Marl
Black
Gold (Printed)
Red / Purple (Printed)

The collection followed a simplistic colour palette with light accents in pink and yellow. At time the pieces featured other block simplistic colours.
There were two colours in the collection: gold and red/ purple, both printed with a black motif.




Shape and Style


J JS Lee is known for her sleek, tailored androgynous approach to pattern cutting. The A/W collection continued with her trademark, incorporating long sleeve jumpers, soft top turtleneck jumpers and straight up and down pieces that come alive on the models. There’s free movement in the pieces and they glided effortlessly down the catwalk. The simplistic, neutral colour palette of the collection makes them timeless, elegant and stylistically diverse.

The little black dress made an appearance with a J JS Lee twist: string like trims providing a simplistic yet powerful female look.

Open back dresses and dresses over trousers, not forgetting the two-parter dress: a top and bottom piece that features the string like sewing trim featured on many other pieces.







Features

‘Fluff’ is back! Fluff slippers, bags, collars an trims. It’s bold, it’s bushy and it’s fun!
Draw string, string like trims and belts.
Streamlined zips, hidden zips.


Accessories

Belts – string like in colour accents such as pink.
Chunky grey loafers, slender one bar high heeled sandals,



Jackie JS Lee wore a black and white soft turtle neck jumper from her collection, paired with black jeans and black trainers.


Overall


String trims
Fluff
Straight, block tailoring and colouring.


Image Reference

All Images Harper's Bazaar


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