I just caught up with Nicola de Main's collection at the London Fashion week and it is good indeed. No wonders, it does have a few flaws but then, wearability is present and that's what is actually important. Graphics, prints and patterns were the highlight of the collection. A very subtle and soft approach was amalgamated with some fun factors like Peter Pan collars. Pleats were also seen and the necklines were kinda plain. The collection wasn't at all jazzed up and this is what made it different.
Silk, stripes, bright colors made the collection look youth oriented as otherwise the cuts are so modest that it somehow gives that archaic feeling. It was more of an ancient style collection with elements from forties and sixties soaked up. As on any other show, here too models got a chance to flaunt their toned up legs. The deer motif was seen on every second attire and therefore, I have assumed that nature or deer itself was the inspiration.