London: After the glut of reptile prints on the market in recent seasons, it seemed like the cold-blooded trend was finished, but the in the hands of husband and wife team Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi for S/S 13, snakeskin and crocodile have been thoroughly revived. Turning back to a more sophisticated aesthetic, the designers spun a fantastically cool and refined collection comprised of patchworked lace, reptile and floral silk in a navy, plum and fuchsia palette. Slim camisole dresses and asymmetric pencil skirts were outlined with white piping to make the advanced construction pop, while boxy t-shirts and tapered trousers added a slouchy masculine element. Crisp and gorgeously juxtaposed, S/S 13 proved a triumphant return to the London show schedule for this innovative label.—Nina Stotler

Silhouette: Slim / Asymmetric / Boxy / Tapered

Color: Navy / White / Gunmetal / Plum / Canary yellow / Teal / Fuchsia / Tan / Chocolate / Pale pink

Key Items: Asymmetric folded pencil skirts / Sheer t-shirts / Crocodile embossed motorcycle jackets / Delicate bustier tops / Slim camisole dresses / Tapered trousers / Patchworked shift dresses / Sleeveless blouses

Materials: Crisp sheer chiffon / Shine-coated satin / Diaphanous silks / Cotton / Slick reptile embossed leathers / Stingray / Lace / Windbreaker nylon

Print + Pattern: Crocodile print / Stripes / Snakeskin / Leopard spot / Oversized floral

Details + Trim: Crocodile trim / Contrast piping / Asymmetry / Gathered hems / Sheer panels / Exaggerated cuffs / Pattern blocking / Pleating / Contrast collars / Paillettes

Accessories + Footwear: Ankle-strap heels / Slim strap sandals


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