Ozon is daily covering the shows at London Fashion Week through reports by fashion editor Danae Dragonea and photographs by Nikolas Ventourakis.

BORA AKSU

Bora Aksu

Romanticism can be dark. Multilayered, with a dominating white getting «dirty» from pink and black lines and patterns. Almost by mistake, like a goth who forgot to wear black.

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CAROLINE CHARLES

Caroline Charles

Models in polkadot swim-wear, white glasses and red red lips laughing and smiling as they move on the catwalk. It is 1950’s at a quite, all shorted out American suburb were the girls are nice nice and sweet but most of all they are good girls!

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AMINAKA WILMONT

Aminaka Wilmont

Androgynous forms wear hats with feathered wings that cover their faces. Spectral soft textiles that are blended with heavy leather jackets.

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Ioannis Dimitrousis

Knitwear, fishnet and sequins. The women aggressive and sensual, in long see-through dresses, balancing on high heels, while the “boys” with tattoos and short jackets remain “boys”.

IOANNIS

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EUN JEONG

Eun Jeong

The winner of Fashion Fringe 2008. Lace, silk and chiffon. White, transparent and lethargic. Pearls and short grey shocks. Eung Jeong is inspired from 16th century ballet costumes.