When your front row has Dionne Bromfield (Amy Winehouse’s soul-singing niece and prodigy), indie musician Sunday Girl, Hilary Alexander, Suzy Menkes, Tim Blanks, British Vogue’s Alexandra Shulman and the entirety of the British Elle team, you know straight from the get-go that Kinder is the hot ticket in the small Embankment Gallery. The cowgirl horse prints, which filled the collection were done in an array of colors – blue, red, and green predominantly – with gold lamé lips – indicated that the collection had an air of youth about it. Sheer crept it’s way through in many pieces adding unbridled femininity, but the interestingly cut shapes kept the collection strong. Stephen Jones’ specially commissioned hats were a particular highlight, but nothing stood out more than the late 90s/early 2000s soundtrack, which made every guest tap their toes, and swoon post-show about the strong collection. With golden dresses finishing the collection, it brought the brand back to a clear message: fun and feminine is back in town, Sheriff.
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