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LFW's ethical highlights

 

Septembers Fashion Week was a British style anniversary, the fashion pack celebrated the 25 years LFW has been the platform for the most cutting edge design talent in the world.

The ever popular Estethica section and ethical talent is fast becoming LFW’s forte. Here we pick out the highlights:

Rani Jones 

Highly acclaimed new on the scene designers rani jones have brought adrenaline to the ethical fashion scene. Their beautifully presented show introduced a S/S 2010 collection of soft silhouettes and geometric cutting. The palette is signature rani jones - subtle greys and creams with valiant highlights of orange and pink.

 

rani jones 1

 

rani jones 2

 

 

Harold Tillman opens Estethica

Chairman of the British Fashion Council Harold Tillman gave a speech at the champagne reception to introduce the seventh season of Estethica at London Fashion Week.

‘The Centre for Sustainable Fashion (CSF) showcased projects, including “Shared Talent India”, created under DEFRA’s Sustainable Clothing Roadmap on the Monsoon stand.’

Christopher Raeburn

Previous EFF INNOVATION winner Christopher Raeburn’s spring/summer 2010 collection, entitled Digital Rainbow, brought a flash of colour to Estethica.

Christopher Raeburn womenswear is available in Browns Focus, menswear exclusively at Liberty.

 

Christopher Raeburn

 

 

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