Louise Gray opened London Fashion Week with a collection that was so characteristically marked with the designer’s usual flamboyance. In highly-saturated colors, Gray’s contrast of plaids and prints created a dizzying, overwhelming visual, which, in effect, made it difficult to deconstruct her runway looks into coherent pieces. This, of course, was intentional and it only comes to reaffirm my continued love affair with Gray’s collections.
Gray’s designs seem impractical only if consumed too quickly. Take the time to deconstruct a look and you’ll find within it some completely wearable statement pieces, like a shredded tartan skirt or a saturated mohair top.
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