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MARANGONI FASHION SHOW

Here’s a sneak-peek at the crème de la crème of the London fashion school’s upcoming graduate show.

Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon silk suit

Rebecca Shamoon

Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon silk suit
Rebecca Shamoon

There’s nothing like a big fashion highlight to kick off the month of July. And on the 2nd, the graduating students of the illustrious Istituto Marangoni the London School of Fashion will present their work to industry insiders, journalists and all-round fashion enthusiasts.

In store? Talent, ingenuity and widespread creativity abound, all from the 10 very best selected designers who will send their work down a runway to the glee of the audience.

If you can’t wait until then, here’s a sneak-peek of a couple of the designers and their offerings.

Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman quilted trousers longways
Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman quilted trousers
Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman mac

Andrea Roman

Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman quilted trousers longways
Andrea Roman
Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman quilted trousers
Marangoni fashion show Andrea Roman mac

First up, we have young Italian menswear designer Andrea Roman, seeing beauty in unlikely places, with his textured pieces inspired by the earthquakes left in central Italy. Raw edges, transparent twists and tailoring elements hint at rebirth.

And on the complete end of the spectrum is Rebecca Shamoon with her bombastic, decidedly fun party pieces. We’re talking exquisite silky fringed dresses, corset playsuits and dreamy quilted eveningwear.

Prepare to fall in love.

Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon silk suit
Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon quilt dress
melissa opening ceremony jelly summer shoes collaboraiton

Rebecca Shamoon

Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon silk suit
Rebecca Shamoon
Marangoni fashion show Rebecca Shamoon quilt dress
melissa opening ceremony jelly summer shoes collaboraiton
MARANGONI FASHION SHOW

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