The former Welsh RCA graduate was previously at the helm of Givenchy in Paris where he honed his craft and talent. Julien is a big name in British fashion and internationally working with Debenhams for a diffusion line STAR by Julien Macdonald to founding his own mainline label with countless A-list clientele who favour his designs from Supermodels to Celebrity Artist.
Julien Macdonald presents showstopping collections with every party outfit you could ever want just in time for the Oscars and Awards Season
His signature style is very much couture influenced with 70’s inspired silhouettes remembering the golden days of Disco reminds me also of Dynasty from the power dressing attitude days of strong confident women who appreciate the finer things in life.
Each collection is beautifully made and every fine detail you see in a garment reflects his skilled craftsmanship of couture techniques from intricate beading, sequins to Swarovski crystals, to diamante that gleam and shimmer in the blink of an eye is hard to go unnoticed.
Every season, Julien comes up with new innovative collections with every party dress you could ever want and just in time for the Oscars and awards season.
The collection was inspired by Surrealism and the metropolis landscape by Fritz Lang as models emerged down the catwalk.
You can expect high octane glamour from Julien Macdonald who brings to London’s catwalk this season all the excitement as it unfolds with Victoria’s Secret Model Leomi Anderson walking in the show. It was my first time attending one of Julien’s shows and what a great pleasure it was to see his work during London Fashion Week month. Here’s what was on show yesterday afternoon and the venue that hosted the event was gold inside too just like a palace off a film set helped create the mood for the catwalk.
Menswear pieces stood out with gun metal detail embellishments on garments to create a second skin Armour effect was shown alongside Julien Macdonald’s Womenswear Collection was exuberantly cool.
Here’s a pre – show snap before the show to see for yourself. Julien’s collection is always one to look forward to every season so expect glamour and glitz nonetheless. I loved the atmosphere at the show today and was one of my favourite fashion week highlights.
Beautifully made pieces and every fine detail you see in a garment reflects Julien’s skilled craftsmanship of couture techniques made for Red Carpet glamour
Menswear pieces stood out with gun metal detail embellishments on garments to create a second skin armour effect was shown alongside Julien Macdonald’s womenswear collection was exuberantly cool. The collection was inspired by Surrealism and the metropolis landscape by Fritz Lang as models emerged down the catwalk.
The sport lux details for men were minimal and understated with gothic baroque influences and various textures of knitwear gave it some edge for rock star appeal made for centre stage. Even Men’s tuxedo silhouettes got a makeover fused with sportswear details which made it contemporary for a new look to wear as smart casual luxury. It definitely took men’s party wear to the next level should you be in search of wearing something cool and unique to your next event.