Sunday, September 23, 2007

gai xinh 02

This July in Paris, the inspiration for Sir Paul's very fine men's collection was the Yorkshire painter, whose love of cheerful stripes, Pop Art ties and youthful round spectacles dominated the runway.

Today in London, the same ideas ran both through the women's collection and down the splendid catwalk of the superb faded expanse of the Great Horticultural Halls. Bottle-top glasses in swimming pool blue hues; satin piped cricket blazers and rugby sweater columns all had that sunny Californian view of Britain.

His best looks were cable sweaters with Indie album blazers, parachute silk parkas and tops with appliqué flowers. It was a collection of polish and poise and eminently wearable for both first date and lazy weekend