London Fashion Week: Matthew Miller autumn/winter 2010/11 collection

Style : As a relative newcomer to Fashion East, Matthew Miller definatly made an impression with me with his incredibly visionary, tailored collection.

Miller is a Royal College of Art graduate who has worked with some incredible labels and houses such as Umbro, Brioni and Thierry Mugler. His work with Brioni shines though I think in my snaps below with the tailoring that is sleek, refined and cut to perfection.

Millers work has been featured in Dazed and Confused, WAD and The Independent newspaper which displays his wide appeal and interest from different demographics of writers.

His collection here was a little disturbing with the opticians glasses - I always hated those demeaning glasses that make you look like a deranged professor, or a robot - but in a good way. Talking of robots, he had very naive, stitched robots on sweaters, and his pallet was strictly grey and white. The use of bow ties was a cute, and really on trend feature, with bib fronted shirts, which again, was bang on trend. Further down the body, the models wore grey brogue shoes and interestingly underneath the cropped trousers were coloured bands in neon pink, yellow, green etc.

Really looking forward to his next offering for spring/summer at London Fashion Week in September! This video is pretty awesome, so take some time to watch it - it premiered at his installation.

matthew miller A/W10 exhibition from alex johns on Vimeo.

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