In the midst of the chaotic color and whimsy of London Fashion Week, I found a stellar collection. Christopher Kane's grungy combination of sheer frocks and loosely lying cardigans impressed me. He cut through the anarchy of London style with the simplicity of his looks.
A brown plaid professor's cardigan cutely covered one of his apron-like, ribbon-striped dresses. Finishing it with flat ankle boots assured me that I am not the only girl who appreciates an androgynous, yet refined, palette.
A second apron-like dress, but this one done in nude with a black, curvy line pattern and a black-overlayed origami bodice, trapped my attention. How I wish to wear this dress on a shadowed stage while banging on my keyboard. I've found the dress. Now all I have to do is learn to play the keyboard.
(Photos from style.com)