Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Editor @ Large . . . William Tempest

Everyone knows that the Tempest show is a fashion week must and this season was no different. With several celebs on front row, Tempest is fast making a name for himself on the red carpet and quite rightly so!
For AW10 Tempest continued with his origami style dresses that have become such a signature look. Again, mainly just above knee length, William treated us to one shoulder versions, off the shoulder and bare shoulders, all in his unique style of sleek fitted back and twisted, folded fronts.
Though the collection was mainly black there were some flashes of gun-metal, navy and aqua that added a little extra pow and warmth to the collection.
I loved the striped, panelled, off the shoulder frock that had all the cult makings of Herve Leger and is a definite red carpet contender. Sitting up on second row, it was nice to be able to see the attention to detail that goes into William's work. Effortless maxis are actually entirely boned underneath creating the perfect maxi.
I loved how Tempest is mixing it up on the fabric front and silks were joined to leathers and a suede like finishes to create plenty of texture. William's models always look so fierce and warrior like and Tempest is fast become the dress master. I'd love to see another Tempest print (as I thought his storm print on season one was stunning) but as I left to run to my next show, I was left thoroughly impressed. Tempest, coming to a red carpet near you! 

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