The Author at LFW 2012


My poetry for a Press (an online fashion Magazine – Mogue (www.themogue.co.uk)) and Yes! I was there.

LONDON FASHION WEEK SS/12 : POETRY EXCLUSIVE

Those trottling,

Those whose fingers are constantly placed on the shutter,

Those taking notes,

Those waiting to be shown as tropes on a screen or paper,

Those permitted or not

Those with likes and dislikes of various modal values

But not excluding those slim females and handsome males walking majestically

With carefully cut out pieces of fabrics hanging down their shoulders,

Heads held high as people cheered at the excogitations and their principals

The sound of clicks and shutters and the unending movement of little screens on a stand

With those standing just to have a peek of the upshot

Were all spices to the opening of the LFW SS/12

The principals were not limited to

Lover of “long coat” for glamour

aiming to accentuate the “innocent yet dangerous”

act of colour inspired by Paris silhouette – Paul Costelloe

Paul Costello

London with its ancient history also were not excluded

With a couple known for “distinctive and clever” cutting

To bring out simplistic shapes which are carefully moduled up

Into that perfect fabric or accessory

Nominated for British Designer of the year Award in 2006

– Preen By Thornton Bregazzi

Preen

It cut across American born inspired stylist

With known expertise for that special evening

Known also to design “the bias cut-out shirt”

– Corrie Nielsen

Corrie Nielsen

And more on the carpet

“Colour, pattern and texture” with a 60s twist

Flowing in the Mogue stream

Creative designer known for ecstatic piece of work

– Orla Kiely

Orla Kiely

It would not have been a successful start without

Fashion and Record label, Yes!

South African and Isle of Wight born designers

Holding up that beautiful Gabriel bag and a matching Jewellery

Not without its Mogue-ish designs

To make that perfect event

– PPQ

PPQ

So we look forward with our increased hope

It has been a great start

What is next?

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