London Fashion Week: Qasimi


Military Britannia meets the Orient. Neat tailoring, slinky shirts and khaki colouring dominated the catwalk at Qasimi’s Spring Summer collection. Luxury silks, delicate colouring and waist high, form-fitting skirts had diminished the austere cut of trouser suits; replacing it with a far more enticing outlook on conservative dressing. Interspersed with the military parade came billowing ball gowns straight from an 1850’s Columbian tea party: just enough silks and flower motifs to ward off the cholera. Heavenly.



***UPDATE***: Thansk to Blow PR we received some amazing pics from the show which we’ve added to this post.

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