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Caitlin Price London Fashion Week SS18

Caitlin Price’s SS18, shown at London Fashion Week, is a refined collection of shining two pieces and elegant jumpsuits. Taking inspiration from her trip to America, Price updates her statement silhouettes with opulence and class.

Inside The White Space in central London, models stood color-coded on ascending plinths. Burnt orange, pale blue, lime green white and black -– each outfit consisted of dresses, two pieces and jumpsuits.

A black, skin-tight jumpsuit stuck close to the knees and elbows, then plumed over the hands and feet. Ribbons of fabric gathered around the bodice then cascaded over the hips. Fans of the green and blue were appliquéd on top of their matching shirts, and pearl detailing was scattered across a high neck black track suit.

Caitlin Price: London Fashion Week SS18


This collection oozes Hollywood and London influences. Working on her signature style, Caitlin Price’s sixth collection is streamlined and feminine.

The collection oozes Hollywood and London

About the Designer

Caitlin Price is from South London. She graduated from the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Womenswear course in 2013, where she was awarded the Armani Scholarship under the late Professor Louise Wilson. Since launching her eponymous brand in 2015 with Fashion East, she has shown at the ICA, Tate Britain and Selfridges. In 2016, Price was shortlisted as a semi-finalist for the prestigious LVMH prize for young fashion designers in Paris. Since its first season, the brand has received commercial support internationally from Selfridges, Boon the Shop, Harvey Nichols and Nordstrom.


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