Won over by the west

Irish designers utilised innovative approaches to wow the fashionistas at London Fashion Week A/W 10

6th March, 2010

Irish designer Paul Costelloe, who opened London Fashion Week for the fifth time, looked west for the inspiration for his new collection.

The early morning crowd was introduced by the voice of Dolly Parton to a collection inspired by the film, The Assassination of Jesse James.

The music drops as the models stride the catwalk wearing dresses with tight bodices and flounce skirts in tweed fabrics. A gold jacket with puff sleeves is teamed with...

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