Peter Jensen kicked off day three of London Fashion Week with a show in Berkeley Square. The collection was all about lightness, both in tones and material, and in the clean, airy silhouettes.
Jensen worked with a basic palette of primary colours red and blue and white, varying the looks from Victoriana blouses paired with very short shorts to preppy style trench coats, Oxford shirts worn tucked into Capri pants and pretty, light weight cotton summer dresses. For men, it was all about faded navy jackets and quirky print shirts.
The Jensen look of the spring summer 2006 season is a playful cross between the clean, muted tones and shapes reminiscent of Scandinavian architecture and the raw innocence of 1950s America. Jensen favours a slow discovery of femininity instead of an in-your-face-can’t-possibly-wear-that-in-public sexiness. He shows that understatement can be just as, if not more, effective.
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