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London Fashion Week: Mary Katrantzou

Whoever said spring 13 might see the death of the digital printing trend did not send the memo to Katrantzou.

The queen of intelligently placed prints looked to postage stamps and global bank notes as inspiration for her abstracted body-wrapping designs, using graphics to sculpt and slice across garments. Katrantzou literally put her stamp on A-line and boxy shift dresses, slim tailoring and pretty fit-and-flare and halterneck shapes, while coining a breezy, fluted silhouette look on exaggerated sleeved shirts and trapeze-style kick-out skirts and dresses.

In short Another Katrantzou print-party with voluminous shapes branded with monetary and postal imagery.

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