Jasper Conran London Fashion Week FW19
This season Jasper Conran was inspired by women’s rights and his mother lobbying to gain rights for women as a young boy.
The show was set in the Royal Academy of the Arts in the all white gallery which served as the perfect canvas for his bold and saturated color story.
Jasper Conran: London FW19
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Conran showcased a few pieces made out of paper, including a menswear white paper Western jacket tucked into a white paper men’s trouser. The paper pieces didn’t seem gimmicky or like a craft project, instead added an interesting texture to the lineup. The colors however, took centerstage. The drama was created by using bubble-gum pink, sherbet yellows, marine blue and a greasy, pea green (which we are obsessing over this season).
The silhouettes perfectly supported the colors in an elevated and sophisticated manner. The fluid yet tailored bodies and clean lines are what Jasper Conran is known for, and he did not fail to disappoint his loyal fans this season.
Standout pieces this season included a neon pink printed paper boiler jumpsuit (sign me up for this look, it literally is calling my name) and an orange oversized knit sweater worn in two ways for both men and women.