Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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Designer Peter Jensen is Danish but shows in London, an apt home for his slightly twisted take on tradition, a style he cites as “wearable, naïve and childish.” For S/S 10 Jensen found his inspiration in 40s murder mysteries, deconstructing prim parlor looks into ensembles more appropriate for weekend thrifting along Brick Lane. This season’s important gingham showed up layered over a sheer tulle underskirt — an idea also explored by Christopher Kane this week — along with other Junior trends like overalls, printed pants and cropped jackets. With a softer, more relaxed approach to fabrics — rather than stiff cottons and denims — these silhouettes, prints and styling will be right for the market.
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