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London Fashion Week: House of Holland

Henry’s House of Holland is always fun and tongue-in-cheek bad taste, and this season was no different.


Entitled Nana Rave, he went for a 1970s-psychedelic-meets-1990s-acid-house theme. But what was different was the cohesion, polish and sophistication that made this all the more fun. The dresses were the stars, covered in swirling soft furnishing patterns, nipped at the waists and falling demurely on the knee. The shaggy shearling jackets and inside-out bomber, the martini glass-printed denim and sequined cigarette and pill embellishments all added to the party.

In short Can you be fun and serious? Well, Henry’s finally making serious clothes that are seriously fun, sure to get buyers queuing around the block to join the party.

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