London Fashion Week: House of Holland

By suke Last edited 103 months ago
London Fashion Week: House of Holland
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25 year old London designer Henry Holland certainly brought the party atmos to London Fashion Week with his funky, New York ghetto inspired collection. Models strutted down the catwalk sporting high pony tails, bandanas, hooped earrings, over-sized shirts and liquorice candy wedge shoes, to a soundttack put together by New York DJ collecitve The MisShapes. With bright clashes of colour, and a new take on the slogan t-shirts that made his name back in 2006, the look is fun, sporty and zeitgeisty - what better endorsement of this than 'now' girls Alexa, Pixie, Marina and Little Boots transfixed on front row?

Such was the popularity of the show, we were consigned to sticking our camera in the only gap there was, without actually being able to see the runway, and hoping for the best!

More on London Fashion Week tomorrow..

Last Updated 24 February 2010