Sadie Williams took the London Fashion Week to present her Fall Winter 16 womenswear collection. The designer is mixing odd combinations of juxtaposing influences together to create modern and playful work.
Sadie takes a trip for Aw16 creating a sparkling & fantastical collection drawn from her specific personal outlook and style. Old School ski-wear emblazoned with bold chevrons & swooping curves was a major source of inspiration, whilst she also looked to her parents photographs of the young couple on a skiing holiday. Sadie continues to master her strengths in creating innovative and modern textiles, capitalising on her unique heat-pressing techniques of heat-transfer printing, foiling and embossing. Multi textured garments dominate in a wintery landscape of frosty lurex & metallic multi wool kilts are patched together and finished with a slick silver foil hem. Padded protective ski-knitwear has been translated into graphic prints and embossed into lurex. For the presentation Marland Bakus created gloopy silicone elements added to the accessories along with raw concrete & silicone pieces, using hiking ropes and other various industrial & domestic elements. – from Sadie Williams
See more of the collection after the jump:
All images courtesy of Sadie Williams