Jamie Wei Huang Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

Jamie Wei Huang London Fashion Week FW18

The evocative title “To All the Hearts that Dream” framed 2013 Central Saint Martins graduate Jamie Wei Huang’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection.

London Fashion Week’s intimate DiscoveryLab show space was ideal for a collection evoking the ever increasingly popular 1990’s nostalgia we’re embracing. The Crayola primary colour palette, utility denim ensembles and bold plaid prints reflect the youthful exuberance and fearlessness of the time – an element from the past which Jamie has expertly conveyed throughout the collection. Standout pieces included the 3D-branded “JWH AW18” oversized sweatshirts and shearling-lined tartan, denim jackets.

Jamie Wei Huang: London FW18

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Jamie Wei Huang collaborated with final year London College of Fashion student and London based jewellery designer, “Fang”. The organic, space-age shaped earrings complimented each look perfectly. Each individual accessory built upon the effortlessly playful image she so successfully executed across the collection. Jamie Wei Huang shall keep us dreaming for one of her bold statement pieces, transporting us back to a more courageous time full of promise.


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