Lo’s latest collection is inspired by fairytales, romance and all things dreamy.
Lo’s inspiration for his silhouettes has derived from well known fairytales and characters which is immediately visible – styles were loose and often off the shoulder, completed with cape-inspired jackets and hooded intarsia knits. The fairytale pieces were finished off with Thongthai jewellery and Sophia Webster shoes, made exclusively for Lo.
Looks were adorned with frills, bows and fabric roses. The printed fabrics were decorated with repeats of hearts or romantic cottages inspired by the classic tale of Hansel & Gretel. The soft fabrics came in a feminine palette of pinks, white and ‘valentine’ red and were layered with more autumnal hues of plum, yellow and forest green.
Sugar and spice
Lo’s clothes might not always be the most wearable but that’s part of the fun. Dressing up as a princess everyday, go on then. Our favourite item to become a totally unnecessary but essential part of our wardrobe? A white floral embellished bonnet-meets-cape, it goes with everything.