Girly tulle and diaphanous fantasy is embodied in the designs by East London British designer Molly Goddard who once again melted out hearts as she shined through the BFC courtyard show space at Somerset House during London Fashion Week. Her work thematically describes coming of age and nostalgia taking inspiration from party dresses and Sunday best through clothes that are conflicted with the beauty of her delicate technique and a charming awkwardness of her fabric combinations and poofy silhouettes.
She is a young bright thing, only just graduating from an MA at Central Saint Martins in 2012 and loves to show off her arts heritage. For her AW15 presentation, we were treated to models clad in beautiful ball gowns in the middle of a life drawing session. The street-cast gang of girls actively being creative and generally just having fun is a truly refreshing mode of positive fashion display. We can’t wait to see what she does next.