London Fashion Week | James Long Fall 2010

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Published February 24, 2010

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Creating a world where lush timeless knits can harmoniously co-exist with modern leather garments, designer James Long finds success in the details. Whereas many of his peers embraced leather sleeve inserts for the upcoming fall season, Long goes the extra mile, beginning with two distinct classes of garments before finding a common thread. Skillfully crafting separates, consisting of knitwear and leather with impeccable attention to detail, the two contrasting elements are gradually brought together for a near genius result. Delivering both edge and comfort, a playful mix of fabrics is rounded out by a small splash of color–lending a dark and sophisticated collection an upbeat mood.

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16 thoughts on “London Fashion Week | James Long Fall 2010”

  1. Long does an amazing job at keeping the lines of great silhouettes present, but smudging them a bit using incredibly comfortable fabrics. I find this truly inspiring.

  2. Long does an amazing job at keeping the lines of great silhouettes present, but smudging them a bit using incredibly comfortable fabrics. I find this truly inspiring.

  3. i find alot of these looks a bit too heavy handed, but i do love that denim coat with red brush strokes.

  4. i find alot of these looks a bit too heavy handed, but i do love that denim coat with red brush strokes.

  5. When I pull teaser pictures, I try to select images that could represent the entire collection if that’s all you ever see…but I do think that the coat is amazing! 🙂

  6. When I pull teaser pictures, I try to select images that could represent the entire collection if that’s all you ever see…but I do think that the coat is amazing! 🙂

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