Do you long for Luella Bartley's colorful and cheeky outfits? Then here's a tiny crisp of the designer's Spring/Summer 2010 Collection which bares the signature sings of this jolly artist still you'll see a hint of change in it. Find out more about the flowery and enchanting tendencies of the next year's Luella Bartley style trends.
07 Oct, 2009
Luella Bartley is not only an accomplished mother and successful businesswoman but also an A-list designer who managed to engrave her name into the fashion Hall of Fame when she launched her first collection early in 1999. Those who received the style-coded message of the young artist already at the first meeeting just can't get enough of the upcoming collections.
Indeed combining the teen cheekiness with the Brit-chic class makes her outfits ultra-popular and worth-admiring. As the Winner of British Designer of the Year Award in 2008 she earned the admiration and respect of the fashion gurus as well as fashion-conscious people. Celebrities as Kate Nash, Lily Allen, Kate Moss and Zooey Dechanel were immediately charmed by the vivid colors and pay tribute to Luella Bartley by popularizing her creations on the red carpet.
The Luella Spring/Summer 2010 Collection follows the already established style patterns by the designer. However it seems that these outfits reserve a hint of surprise since the cheeky attitude is apparently tampered by a classy and more chic-oriented force.
Still preserving the jolly patterns and the vivid colors Luella Bartley flashes her unique style vision by turning the camel, baby-bluish, lemon yellow and lipstick-red colors into wearable and sight-pleasing shades. Shifting the attention to the soft lines and refined silhouettes, the collection diverges from the earlier 'Daddy I Want a Pony' look.
Dresses with heart-necklines as well as heart-shaped cropped spots, were all in the spotlight during the show. The high waistline further enhances the girlie allure of the outfit. Peter Pan collars and the other apparently itsy-bitsy but in fact vital details all reflect the aspiration of the acclaimed designer for neat and non-contaminated classy style.
Polka dots made their way among the top notch patterns used by Luella as the quintessential print to illustrate the mod and tongue-in-cheek attitude of the attires. Topped with the padded hips and the tight, skinny-belts the collection grows into a daydream in the world of the bonbon posh girls.
Repeatedly Luella Bartley granted the public with a color patch, suggesting the importance of the shades and tones that surround us, and that wearing them would immediately serve us with a getaway from the boring days.