Henry Holland sent his autumn/winter 2013 House of Holland collection down the London Fashion Week runway this evening, wowing everyone with his natty nana vibes.
Though on paper it sounds like a fashion fail - mis-matched colours, bejewelled dresses and embroidered twin-sets sauntering down a bad 70s style swirly carpet - it was actually all kinds of awesome!
Titling his collection 'NANA RAVE', Henry has said his inspirations were borne out of a nostalgia for the 'summer of love' and acid house scene, along with today's East London street style.
So what's on offer for next autumn? Lots of purple, plus prints harking back to the psychedelic seventies all mixed together with cosy sheepskin and loaded layers.
While shapes moved from fitted shifts to baggy jumpers and fluid A-lines, textures ran riot, jewels brought the bling and colours pinged back and forth between pinks, peches, lime green and cobalt blue.
So what do you think? Just the injection winter wardrobes need?
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