Monday, 17 September 2012


SS13 was, in part, what we have come to expect, characterise and adore about Temperley London. That feminine 'swish' of the full fabric skirts, barely there blush tones and detailed embellishments were all out in force. The romantic silhouettes appearing in both the purest white and dark charcoal blacks, images so reminiscent on the London-based designer. 

However, this time around, a sense of fun had been so cleverly injected. Bright, 50s pattern dresses and the inclusion of burnt orange in the colour palette, gave it that sophisticated, yet wearable, summer's evening feel.

Alice Temperley herself mused, "I had visions of a late 1950s couture model or a young Sophia Loren, but also modernizing the Temperley Woman, making her uncomplicated and effortlessly beautiful." 

For me, this is one of her best yet. 

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