Temperley London Brings Sixties Glasses to the London Catwalk

The London Fashion Week catwalk was the venue for the Winter 2014 collection of the Temperley London brand, designed by stylist Alice Temperley, who sought fashion inspiration from the 1960s to create romantic and striking compositions for the female audience.

The London Fashion Week catwalk was the venue for the Winter 2014 collection of the Temperley London brand, designed by stylist Alice Temperley, who sought fashion inspiration from the 1960s to create romantic and striking compositions for the female audience.

According to the stylist, her main inspirations were the movie musicians of the time, such as Grace Kelly and the films of Alfred Hitchcock (“The Birds”, 1963), where the stereotype of the good, behaved and neat girl gained mystery details in the collection.

The strong point of the parade was the waisted waistline, half-paired scarves and sturdy socks, plus fashionable and charming accessories such as the 1960s hit style catsunglasses that turned into true style icons on any time.

The image of sophistication, which the fashion show went to the public during London Fashion Week, refers to a time when elegance and style were part of women’s everyday life and the main idea is to turn these visuals into must have Next season, exactly for the usability feature of the collection.

The great advantage is that the designer sunglasses combine perfectly with this vintage air that has been so successful among the most daring public, but that does not give up the quality and elegance in the day to day. To match any style, Temperley London sunglasses are made of acetate in black, brown and nude colors, with lenses that follow the elegant gradient trend, that is, they are models worthy of true musicians of the sixties cinema and fashion icons , Available to all women who wish to add style and sophistication to the look.

It is worth checking the complete Temperley London collection and bet on this trend, which promises to warm up the next season with glamor.