Mother of Pearl – London Fashion Week Collections

Take a step back into 80’s film nostalgia and you will find the inspiration behind ‘Mother of Pearl’s’ latest collection. The fashion brand which was recently shown at London Fashion Week prides itself on sportswear, with a touch of sophistication. The latest collection embodies a flare for 80’s dropped waists, flared bell sleeves and floral prints, taking ideas from ‘New York Stories’. The film trilogy ‘New York Stories’ was directed by Francis Ford Coppola (written by Sophia Coppola), Woody Allen, and Martin Scorsese with the vision to embrace New York with three different stories set in the 1980’s. ‘Mother of Pearl’s’ collection captures the essence of these stories showcasing femininity, sexuality, and youthfulness.


Founded in 2002 by Maia Norman, Mother of Pearl has grown from strength to strength appointing Amy Powney as Creative Director in 2015, which has pushed the brand forward. Working for Mother of Pearl since 2006 Powney knows the brand inside-out. Being at the heart of the fashion brand Powney knows the style and values it aims to enhance and she has achieved this in her latest collection. The cut of the garments are exquisite whilst remaining fun and sporty. Each garment from the collection allows for movement so women can feel free and feminine.

Spring/Summer Collection by Mother of Pearl (shown at London Fashion Week September 2016)

Photos by: Catwalking

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