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Ryan Lo's ultra-feminine fashion show

Ryan Lo's ultra-feminine fashion show

Ryan Lo presented a flirty and feminine line to close London Fashion Week yesterday (22Sept15).

The designer, who describes his clothing as "hyper-romantic", is known for his colourful pop art inspired offerings and Tuesday's (22Sept15) presentation took the theme to a whole new level.

Models stepped out in a flurry of girly garments, with pink featuring heavily. One meshed dress hung from below the shoulders with ruffled sleeves and white silk bows adorning the front. The colour combination of pink and white looked heavenly, as did the hot pink heels with hearts on the toes.

The pale pink shade also featured in a patchwork dress covered in what appeared to be prints of buildings. Green, black, purple and white also featured in the loose-fitting design, while the ruffled pink socks and black shoes created a doll-like feel.

Yellow was another colour which brightened up the catwalk. One girl strutted in a jumpsuit, with pleated yellow material featuring below the neck, bottom of the sleeves and hems of the trousers. The backdrop of orange allowed the sunshine shade to stand out, as did the model's bright socks.

Toga was the penultimate show of London Fashion Week. Fashionista Yasuko Furuta has previously said she designs for "a complex woman who can only live in chaos", so her Spring/Summer 16 line was definitely apt. Mismatched ensembles hit the runway with a garden-like background boasting large plants.

Her Japanese heritage showed through the quirky creations, all of which could only be worn by the brave. One dress featured a bodice covered in gold sequins and a red leather skirt with ruffled material down each side. Meanwhile another model rocked a more reserved look; a brown, black and white chequered midi dress with black leather lining.

Today (23Sept15) sees the start of Milan Fashion Week, with labels including Gucci and Phillip Plein taking to the stage.

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