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SEEN at the catwalk for LFW16: House of Holland SS17

House of Holland SS 17 LFW returns to the past with the presentation of the SS17 collection.

House of Holland’s catwalk show of their SS17 collection was one of the highlights of the LFW taking place on Saturday, 17th September, at the Topshop Show Space in Old Spitalfields Market.

Designer Henry Holland celebrated the brand’s 10th anniversary with a collection inspired by the late eighties and early nineties rave culture. Born in Manchester, he grew up during the huge cultural movement that centred on The Hacienda at the time. He’s used many graphics inspired by old flyers, hand-embroidery pieces taken from stock imagery of those days to hand-craft pieces yet with fun reference points at the same time.

House of Holland SS17 collection is full of a new range of Holland’s signature T-shirts, the ones that shot the brand to fame back in 2006, with slogans like ‘I’m yours for a tenner Kendall Jenner’, ‘Let’s breed Bella Hadid’ and ‘Give us a toss Karlie Kloss’.2q-24

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Photography courtesy of London Fashion Week

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