Orla Kiely Fall 2020 Collection London Fashion Week
Elegance was the expected vibe of the Orla Kiely fall 2020 collection and it seems like the designer didn’t disappoint her fans this time. Her signature style elements, feminine vibes, fabulous patterns and amazingly classy contrasts were all present in a series of stunning looks which confirmed the label’s status and made it stand out. The designer’s self professed love for the ’60s was well reflected through a multitude of classy pieces with an adorable innocent vibe.
The Orla Kiely fall 2020 collection abounded in amazing options which proved refreshing and sophisticated. Though the label didn’t shun modern vibes, the new looks were put in the spotlight though well thought contrasts and pastels were definitely preferred. We’ve seen plenty of looks at this London Fashion Week 2020 edition which weren’t necessarily designed with practical touches or with the needs that come with weather changes in mind. Not so with the Orla Kiely fall 2020 collection which brought a multitude of classy coats into the spotlight.
It seems that there are plenty of style elements designers agreed on at this London Fashion Week 2020 edition. One of the most obvious ones was the important role fur or faux fur can have in creating an amazing look that has a natural opulent vibe. The practical yet elegant vibe that defined the collection also extended towards accessories, whether they were added as a way of creating additional visual interest or simply with practical reasons in mind.
Beauty elements were another fun element spotted in the new Orla Kiely fall 2020 collection. If the natural makeup styles weren’t something completely out of the ordinary, the hairstyles were definitely a fun element which fell right in line with the overall mood set by the looks tackling the amazing vibes that defined the ’60s without the same concern with perfect styling that was characteristic for the era. You can hardly go wrong with classiness and the new Orla Kiely fall 2020 line is a clear proof of this sound style principle.
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