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Holly Fulton

Spring 11

The look Holly Fulton is one to watch when it comes to young talent and the designer employed geometric patterns and gave her collection an art deco flavour via prints for spring 11.

Key pieces Silhouettes were varied and for the most part feminine. The longer line garments were the strongest with column dresses reminiscent of past Jonathan Saunders collections a stand out style. Maxi skirts were twinned with bandeau-style tops.

Commercial appeal Mixed. Fulton’s prints do have commercial appeal because they have the potential to add value to garments, so interpretations on the high street are likely.

Footwear and accessories Uber-pointed shoes in black patent were sleek and feminine.

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