Sep 21, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
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It had started to feel as if LFW would turn out to be much more directional (or is it transitional??) than wearable but then along came Giles Deacon to turn that impression around. Solid-color double-knit jersey dresses and pencil skirts with matching shirts looked surprisingly tailored and grown-up in feel. There was even a pair of narrow, dark denim jeans, a reference to his soon-to-be-launched collaboration with Lee Cooper. Giles still managed to include some pop culture references, who would’ve thought the day would come when a print of Pac-Man could look so whimsically vintage?
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