London Fashion Week is now in full force and yesterday Paul Smith had his Spring/Summer '16 show. He's not always known for his ground breaking collections, but this one stuck out as being something quite different to his usual style, with panelled, colour-blocked dresses in asymmetrical styles. He also used brush work and dip dyed effects, as well as animal print-inspired designs, all mixed up with a palette of bright red, yellow and blue.
Paul Smith is still going strong 45 years after he started his business. If you want to learn more about him and how he works, check out 'Paul Smith:Gentleman Designer' on iTunes. It is an intimate and provoking portrait of the quirky designer and reiterates what a lovely man he is too!
I love the asymmetrical design of the outfit above, but also the two flashes of colour in the outfit - flame red belt and bright yellow chunky shoes.
The sunshine yellow of the top above makes you smile and I love the use of accessories.
The sunshine yellow has been used as an insert in the dress above for a flash of bright.
I love the pretty top in this outfit. It's simple yet stylish.