During London Fashion Week, Lulu Kennedy with the help of this season's collaborator maximalist Louise Gray presented spring-summer collection of women's bright colored and printed looks. The summer season was inspired by the 1990 acid house and Sun Ra, who was an Afro-futurist jazz musician in the 1970's and who claimed he was from Saturn. You are about to see ankle-gazer trousers, T-shirt dresses, cool shifts, confident jackets, slinky sequined spaghetti-strap frocks, wild sequined bottoms and effortless tea-length skirts. It looks like the Spring season is going to be the season of rave, punk and psychedelic touches. Love the following techno abstract color schemes consisting of electric green, violet, blue shades and zany prints. Everything looks casual to me, with a great focus on edgy daywear basics. All in all, it feels modern, but a bit retro.
The model sports casual tee tucked in a high-waisted A-line skirt and cool printed sneakers. Love model's black sunglasses.
Here we see model with blue shade eye make-up who wears a cool, lightweight blue, slim-fit cardigan worn atop white tee and mini skirt. I personally love the metallic silvery sneakers.
That's an abstract, psychedelic printed dress cinched at the waist. It's an ideal look for those girls who want to be in center of everyone's attention.
Eye of Ra print looks pretty awesome on this pale green tee styled with denim cut-offs. Take a look at these awesome pointed toe pumps, love them.
The model appears in a tee which features a printed (space is the place) short-sleeve top with eye-catching, shiny sport style trousers teamed with silver metallic sneakers.
That's my favorite 1990's inspired jacket worn with mini monochrome skirt in Eye of Ra and planets prints.
The monochrome sunglasses in polka dots look awesome styled with matching separates.
Another great look, which reminds me of 1990's looks features bomber-like jacket and V-neck sheath dress.