One of the shows that I am ALWAYS overexcited to see is that of doctor, designer and whirling dervish, Pam Hogg.
For 2020, however, I fear that one or both of us should have left some new tricks at home. Sure, the show delivered it’s usual bold and boundary-pushing spectacle, but, there was definitely something of the farcical creeping in.
Whilst Hogg’s iconic skin-tight black leather designs. The newest radical additions this season saw Hogg channelling a Crufts vibe, She finished her look with a giant headpiece made up of dozens of the multi-coloured ribbons, bold experimental colours and voluminous netted skirts. Huge headdresses create unconventional carnivalesque silhouettes and details are crafted using rosettes, giving the collection a textured quality and a celebratory feel. With psychedelic 60s-style patterns and oversized vests, this show is both dressed up and dressed down, but never boring.
The scantily-clad models – both men and woman – strutted their stuff for the LFW show at Victoria House with risqué clothing made up of strategically placed strips of fabric and badges, for modesty’s sake.
Daisy Sells | WRITER
Emily Morgan | PHOTOGRAPHER