2009 September 21
Kinder Aggugini - London Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) This hot young designer created a collection based on a fairytale. "It was re-tailored to make it sexy, at least, I hope it was sexy," he laughed. Childlike dresses were split apart at the seams and new fabrics were reconfigured in. Details like visible stitching and loose ribbons were a nice touch, while makeup and hair were doll-like with models sporting tight pin-curls. "It's about the transition from child to grown-up, not only mentally, but physically as well," Aggugini explained. The designs were completely fresh and original, and did retain the wonder of childhood and it was completely appropriate that front-rower Trinny Woodall brought her daughter along for the ride. Londoners should check out the Kinder Aggugini pop-up shop which will be on Mount Street until October 31st.
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