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L’Wren Scott RTW Spring 2014: Japanese Kimonos Inspire Modern Pieces

L'Wren Scott

Photos Courtesy of L'Wren Scott

In a mostly wearable, but totally funky collection shown during London Fashion Week,

LWren Scott

clashed modern designs with details from the Far East. Feminine frocks with a traditional Japanese twist worked in some extraordinary, and surprisingly functional ways. Rich with inspiration from obi belts, kimonos and hanging wisteria, the collection was a display of Scott's love for the artistic culture of Japan, brought to life through silk, embroidery and tailoring.

L’Wren Scott RTW Spring 2014: Japanese Kimonos Inspire Modern Pieces

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L'Wren Scott

Photos Courtesy of L’Wren Scott

In a mostly wearable, but totally funky collection shown during London Fashion Week, L’Wren Scott clashed modern designs with details from the Far East. Feminine frocks with a traditional Japanese twist worked in some extraordinary, and surprisingly functional ways. Rich with inspiration from obi belts, kimonos and hanging wisteria, the collection was a display of Scott’s love for the artistic culture of Japan, brought to life through silk, embroidery and tailoring.
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