The British Fashion Council, Stephen Jones OBE and Wedgewood celebrated Headonism Spring Summer 2015 and the launch of Project Tea Cosy with a glamorous reception on the first day of London Fashion Week last Friday.
Headonism, a Stephen Jones curated initiative and exhibition sponsored by Wedgewood and the British Fashion Council, invited milliners Awon Golding, Emma Yeo, Keely Hunter and Lizzie McQuade to showcase their SS15 collections and also create a contemporary and unique tea cosy for a Wedgewood teapot.
Here is what we saw and liked and who we met…
Project Tea Cosy installation.
That explains everything – literally.
Project Tea Cosy: Lizzie McQuade.
Project Tea Cosy: Keely Hunter
Project Tea Cosy: Awon Golding
Project Tea Cosy: Emma Yeo
Awon Golding poses next to her tribal themed collection, Headhunter.
Bold colours, beading, feathers and geometric weaving patterns were inspired by the costuming and artefacts of the Naga tribes of North-East India.
Couture Headwear Designer Emma Yeo poses next to her collection, The Space Between.
Each headpiece in the collection explores space, both negative and positive. The patterns playfully extend beyond the headpieces onto the wearer, thanks to intricate cut out lattice details casting delicate, lace-like shadows.
William Chambers’ collection for Spring Summer 2015
From left to right, girls pose in millinery by Stephen Jones, Keely Hunter, William Chambers, Emma Yeo, Awon Golding
This utterly elaborate headpiece, part of Stephen Jones’ Hot House SS15 collection, absolutely deserved its own close-up.
More from Stephen Jones Spring Summer 2015.
I adored Piers Atkinson’s garden theme.
Detail: the colorful crystal elements on the veil.
Please tell me everybody can see this little dwarf waving.
Now you can carry a clinging plant on your head.
Wear with attitude.