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SEEN at the catwalk for LFW16:Ryan Lo SS17

Ryan Lo travels back in time to a fantasy land of carnivals and magic carpets for SS17. The collection was presented on Friday, 16th September, at the BFC Show Space.

Ryan’s life and work follows the consistent theme of romantic fantasy. Hong Kong-born and London trained, Ryan Lo draws his inspiration from current pop culture and childhood nostalgia. His designs are crafted with an unconventional DIY approach, having taught himself to knit from YouTube tutorials.

Since launching his label he has acquired a new level of sophistication, yet his rule-breaking, maximalist sensibilities still see him send an unexpectedly modern wardrobe down the runway. With his love for all things dreamy, Ryan’s SS17 collection has shone during the LFW catwalk, transporting us back in time to a fantasy land of carnivals and magic carpets.

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Credits

Photography courtesy of London Fashion Week

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