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Christopher Bailey awakes his inner flower child with a Seventies-inspired romp
Scene setting: We knew by the linoleum tiled runway that we were in for a Seventies sojourn, and Christopher Bailey didn’t disappoint with A/W’s fringed, folk art bohemian fling. All set against the piercing vocals of Clare Maguire, who brought down the glasshouse with renditions of Carole King’s Will You Love Me Tomorrow and George Harrison’s My Sweet Lord.
Finishing touches: If you weren’t already in favour of fringing, Bailey’s tasseled bucket bags, shaggy boots and oversized scarves will certainly awaken the inner flower child.
Best in show: Bailey’s arts and crafts movement saw his bucolic British rose boarding a jet for Ibiza’s northern tip in her mirrored maxi dresses (cut seductively low under the arm), flapping suede ponchos, and dark floral carpet coats.
Photography: Jason Lloyd-Evans
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