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Sadie Williams’ Sporty Romanticism at London Fashion Week SS17

Following on from her successful debut collection at London Fashion Week SS15 and the great reviews she recently received for her AW16 ‘Off Piste’ collection, (inspired by old school ski-wear), London-born designer Sadie Williams displayed her SS17 collection in a show at BFC Presentation Space. Her presence on the LFW scene filled the air with fun.

Following on from her successful debut collection at London Fashion Week SS15 and the great reviews she recently received for her AW16 ‘Off Piste’ collection, (inspired by old school ski-wear), London-born designer Sadie Williams displayed her SS17 collection in a show at BFC Presentation Space. Her presence on the LFW scene filled the air with fun.

Since graduating from the CSM MA Fashion course in 2013, she has gone on to become a Selfridges ‘Bright Young Thing’ and was included in ‘Designs of The Year Exhibition 2014’ at The Design Museum in London, alongside Raf Simons for Dior, Rick Owens and Prada. She has worked for Marc By Marc Jacobs, J W Anderson and Katie Hillier plus many stylists over the years.

Her new collection is a joyful mixture of garments inspired by 90’s skaters mixed up with a delicate touch of romanticism that showcases her youthful, sporty and feminine sensibility. Once again, Sadie continues to show her strengths in creating innovative and modern textiles. Have a look at her fantastic collection. We need hardly say that SEEN loves it!

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Photography courtesy of London Fashion Week

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Sculpture in the City, Art for Everyone

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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