Rixo’s Spring 2020 assortment for London Trend Week was impressed by the free-spirited vitality and psychedelic prints of Woodstock Music Pageant in 1969. Entitled “Back to the Garden,” the presentation was held at Chelsea Put up Sorting Workplace, which gave the impression to be an deserted white room, with stained glass home windows and aromatic patches of actual flowers and grass.
“Back to the Garden” took us to the lawns of a dreamy music competition seen by means of rose-tinted glasses. It pictured an ideal place the place stunning attire are modeled by girls of various ages, ethnic backgrounds, and physique sorts. There was positively a sense of genuine illustration, just like the beliefs of “universal love” from the ’60s and ’70s got a contemporary replace of radical inclusivity. It is the form of trend week casting that we like to see. And the themes of going “back to nature” and “embracing love” additionally referenced what we’re eager for, and missing, within the state of the world right now.
As for the attire, they have been each ounce of the colourful, floaty perfection that Rixo is understood and liked for. The prints included vibrant florals, pastel butterflies, and traditional paisley prints. Many of the attire featured bishop sleeves, which continues the prairie development that has been the defining gown aesthetic for the previous 12 months. The hero piece from the gathering is unquestionably Rixo’s “Teresa” gown ($469), which is an ombré pastel maxi gown with a delicate paisley print and butterfly sleeves. The remaining 44-piece assortment of attire and scarves ranges from $25 to $470, sizes 2-12, and is available for purchase now at Rixo London on-line.