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frumpy to funky's London based Personal Stylist, Karen Grace, comments on a few of the catwalk shows at London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014 PROPHETIK "Southern Shores" catwalk show.Designer JEFF GARNERShowing at Vauxhall Fashion Scout 19Feb10Tennessee based Prophetik kicked off the LFW catwalk shows at Vauxhall Fashion Scout, Freemason's Hall, Covent Garden. ?And what a kick off!!!At the beginning we are lulled in to thinking of a carefree southern country theme when violinist Anna Cwad starts playing toe tapping music, with ex-Paramore Jason Bynum joining her on guitar. Then the band Man Raze shatters this illusion with their fusion of punk and pop rock. Not surprising as their drummer is ex-Sex Pistols Paul Cook and their vocals/lead guitar is ex-Def Leppard Phil Collen. And let's not forget their bass guitarist Simon Laffy from Brit glam rock act band Girl.With Man Raze raising the tempo, the show began for ethical designer Jeff Garner's? A/W10 collection titled "Southern Shores". His inspiration came from the American Civil War and sees hope and romance alongside strife and uncertainty.Main colour palette in true Civil War colours were blues, greys with a touch of red.The menswear saw layering and serious looking ? length coats, waistcoats, vintage buttons, riding boots and peace silk neckties.For the women, the designs ranged from jodhpurs, ripped leggings, military jackets and capes to full on Little House on the Prairie style dresses. In-between were mini dresses and long flowing dresses both teamed with flat heeled riding boots.At the end of the show, the music mellowed as Jeff Garner appeared looking the part of the Southern gent taking a stroll with his Southern belle in her striking long red velvet bustier dress.Garner's collection is proof that no fashion look has to be harmed in the making of ethical clothing.Prophetik is a sustainable men's and womenswear label using environmentally friendly materials such as organic cottons, hemp, flax, Greenspun (recycled bottles) and organic pigment dyes. One of their signature dresses "the Elle" is made from silk and organic cotton that elephants have painted in collaboration with the AEACP (Asian Elephant Art Conservation Project), which helps to raise funds for an elephant sanctuary in Thailand."ORLA KIELY presentation -TUESDAYS CHILD AUTUMN/WINTER 2014presenting at the Portico Rooms, Somerset House 19Feb10The stage for Orla Kiely's presentation was 2 impressive make shift rooms decorated in the 60's style with brown and beige designed Orla Kiely wallpaper in the living room and dark & light blue in the bedroom. The furniture was 60's vintage and a modern retro looking TV showed the collection on screen. Models sat or stood in above the knee dresses and skirts teamed with shoes and mid calf navy socks.Patterns for the wallpaper and dresses were inspired by Ivon Hutchins's abstract art and the photography of Erwin Olaf, and captured the essence of falling autumn leaves.Main colour palette was autumnal �C creams instead of whites, various shades of browns, burnt oranges and navy. The obligatory grey and black could be seen on some pieces.Fabrics used were mohair and silk crepe teamed with traditional checked wool and wool jacquard,The models wore their hair in a serious bun and makeup was kept simple, providing a good contrast to the cute collars and fun update of the 60's retro style.LAKOBUKIA "Emotions" catwalk showShowing at Fashion Mavericks, the Strand Palace Hotel 20Feb10With her A/W10 collection titled "Emotions" Lako Bukia wanted to show both positive kind and dark bad emotions through fabric, shape and colour.The main colour palette is black for the darker side and white for the lighter side of emotions. A few cream pieces appear to show that not everything is black and white.Fabrics used are light soft flowing chiffon, a stiffer cotton silk and wool.Geometric shapes are seen on collars, and by way of diagonal zips. The zips are also used as a bridge to join together the stiffer fabrics with the softer fabrics. Some pieces are obvious with the contrast between the hard and soft fabrics. On others the contrast can only be seen once the zip has been undone and then only revealing the hidden soft silk fabric underneath.? Zips on shoulders and sides allow the wearer the flexibility of changing her silhouette �C whenever the mood takes her.Lako's shoes look striking in black or white soft leather with triangular heels. She explains the triangle is a more gothic shape and gives a harder emotional contrast to the softness of the leather.Not surprisingly her favourite piece is the long flowing chiffon pleated dress in white which is teamed with a little sharp cotton silk back to front cape. The cape has a high collar with long geometric lapels which represent the bad emotion. Once the cape is removed, the dress is free of restrictions and can float on just the good emotions.Lako Bukia, beginning fashion designer, was born on October 4, 1987 in the city of Tbilisi, capital of Georgia. After graduating from School No.58 in Tbilisi, she was immediately offered a place at the A. Kutateladze Tbilisi State Academy of Art, where she did her BA in Fashion Design and Textiles.SADO "Geometric Glamour" catwalk show.Designer CARLOTTA GHERZIShowing at Vauxhall Fashion Scout 20 Feb 10The young designer for the Sado label is Russian born Carlotta Gherzi (of Italian parents) who brings a modern elegant edge to the label.The latest collection had great styles which could be worn by real women and not just catwalk models. The main colour palette was black with blue and pillar box red.Silks dominated the tops, dresses and even leggings which brought out the vividness of both the blue and red."Geometrical glamour" is the title of this autumn/winter 2014 collection �C this was shown in the silk leggings, tops and dresses which were all pleated in horizontal tiers giving texture and depth.Black knits wear glamorous with glitter woven in to produce wide sparkly horizontal bandsSilver and red brocade made an appearance for the evening dresses. Particularly loved the strapless silver brocade maxi dress.SADO's signature is stylish and classical - this season's collection did not disappoint.DOII PARIS "Walk in the Forest" catwalk showShowing at Vauxhall Fashion Scout 21Feb10This was Korean designer Doii Lee's first catwalk show in London and it didn't let her down.The collection titled "Walk in the Forest" was inspired by her favourite Russian fairytale "Baba Yaga" In this fairytale a wicked stepmother sends her lovely step daughter in to the forest to visit her aunt,Baba Yaga, the witch.In Doii's walk in the forest story, she passes through an intoxicating rose maze. Copper haired models wore layered chiffon dresses and glittering sequined dresses - all in the designer's exclusive illustrated print of large pinkish red roses. Red patent high heeled shoes with patterned fabric tied around the ankles in large bows matched the vividness of the designs. White faux fur trims and linings added softness to some of the stiffer sequined fabrics. ?The first outfit on the catwalk immediately caught our attention �C long straight chiffon dress with a kick flare hem, draped with a long trailing shawl covered in the sequined rose pattern and lined with white faux fur.,Fashion weeks in India are becoming bigger and bigger as the seasons go by. They aren't just events to be talked about, but they are also events that give us an idea about who the talented designers in our country are and also what is in this season. Fashion weeks introduce us to the work of brilliant as well as budding designers and give us an opportunity to pick our favorites. They also give us ideas on how to get creative with what we wear. Wills India fashion week 2014 was no different. As one of the biggest fashion weeks in the country, it sure gave us a lot to talk about.