The Holly Fulton Spring/Summer 2014 Collection In Detail

Holly Fulton is a designer I wish we’d see more of on the red carpet. Her collections are always bold, fun and print heavy – perfect for modern-day divas! For Spring/Summer 2014 Holly took inspiration from ’70s pop star, Noosha Fox, and David Hicks’ geometric interiors. The collection opened with print-screened denim designs (which were paired with Culter and Gross sunglasses and silver Swedish Hasbeens), before moving towards a warmer colour palette of tangerine and coral. I was particularly taken with the powder pink embroidered coat and the fan-shaped denim clutch bag. Here’s a look at some of the collection highlights in detail…

Holly Fulton SS14 Look_4Holly Fulton Spring 2014Denim Clutch Bag

And if you ever wondered what a dress made from cork would look like (because, why wouldn’t you?!) you can find out after the jump. It was one of the interesting new textures Holly experimented with this season…

London Fashion WeekHolly Fulton Cork DressLondon Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014Holly Fulton SS14 Look_19Holly Fulton

Do you like Holly Fulton’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection? And what do you make of the dress made from cork? As always, leave a comment and let me know…

Images courtesy of Exposure

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  • Darn

    not at all..