This was my first foray into the Topshop show space this season but from previous shows I knew that Topshop's new home was nothing short of perfect. The drinks and canapes were flowing and the whole catwalk area was decorated in a 'gypsy' style, trinkets and mismatched rugs adorned the runway.
The show started in complete darkness to reveal models slopping along the catwalk in cut up, flat boots and heavy socks. The clothes can only be described as Peruvian Chic, for the mismatched nature of the prints, layers and clashing colours.
There was plenty of sparkly embellishment and the whole look was very 'Lost and Found.
Mohair knits were embroidered with florals and sequins and were layered under silk chiffon, tiered and floor length evening gowns,again giving a rather disjointed feel. Skirts were floor or calf length and came in a hue of bright florals including red, pink and orange.
My favourite pieces were the floral embellished/painted leather biker jackets that were very masculine, only given a feminine twist by their floral appearance.
Meadham hasn't followed a single trend but rather chosen to create individualistic pieces and for this we salute you Kirchoff.