Danielle Scutt F/W 09.10

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  1. loverunway

    loverunway New Member

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    Danielle Scutt sent a powerful but playful collection down the catwalk for AW09. Dressed in skin-tight leggings that were slashed and featured zips at the hips, Scutt’s models strutted down the catwalk with heaps of attitude.
    Her use of graphic, almost animalistic prints – in various combinations of black, red and grey - were strong and looked great when plastered on to provocative corsets and matching trousers.
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    Tailored 80s-esque suits that featured surreal red detailing were teamed with PVC shirts and proved that this was not a collection for shrinking violets. But then Danielle’s collections never are!
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    But our favorite look had to be a black skirt suit edged in patent 3D rectangles. Worn with Scutt’s space-esque sequined gloves, we were almost taken to another planet!
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    Even the models were applauding.


    Info + Pics insideout.topshop.com
     
  2. 212DRESSINGROOM

    212DRESSINGROOM New Member

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    Just checked for this on catwalking but no luck. Looks very Scutt from the few images. Thanks for posting!
     
  3. gossiping

    gossiping Well-Known Member

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    i don't know, the print is kind of pretty on the second dress but this is nothing special
     
  4. dumbfairy

    dumbfairy Active Member

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    I'm not usually a Scutt fan. And this hasn't changed my mind.
     

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