Nonetheless, it is the first of three stops in Europe. And we were able to find some interesting things we'd like try out for the dolls.
And this is precisely what we love about the British. They have a colorful sense of humor. So that beautifully tailored overcoat may be drenched in a tangy tangerine, so might be the fur jackets with matching trousers. And why not pink or red. Just remember that when you are looking at faux fur. It doesn't always have to resemble the animals you know!
While on the subject of black and white, I came across these lovely little dresses by Christopher Kane.
I don't know if we can make a version for the doll, but these cuties are so very interesting, I think it's worth a try. Like pages of a book, there are layers of super thin fabric incorporated into the design of the dress.
I did say there was something for everyone...including those lean black silhouettes that show a sliver of flesh....or not!
Even Burberry has gotten into the act by sprucing up class outerwear with doodles from the artist.
Could blue be the new black? Solid, splashed or cut up into a tiny mosaic print, it makes for interesting alternative to black.
And of course, the animal kingdom continues to dominate the night time scene, through the use of spots or scales over a wide variety of textures and fabrics from silk to faux fur and vinyl.
Catch your breath as the girls catch a plane for Italy. Milan Fashion Week is up next!!!
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