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Fabryan Goes 1950′s for Berlin Fashion Week.

By Alicebodkin94 @AliceBodkin

It was the 1940′s that World War Two came to an end. Britain had suffered financially, having no choice but to ration food and textiles. Women wore clothes that were plain, low in cost and functional  So it comes as no surprise that a decade later, women wanted glamour and opulence. The 1950′s in fashion certainly portrayed that, alongside Attlee’s promise of a new Britain in his Beveridge Report. After suffering from minimal resources throughout the war, the government wanted people to believe they had never had it so good. And perhaps in the 50′s, people were familiar with just that.

The clothes of the 1950′s signified affluence, enchantment and sophistication. Such adjectives that also describe Fabryan London. So it came as no surprise that the designer Samantha Jane sought inspiration from this era. There were prom styled dresses, pencil skirts and peplum styles complementing and clenching at the waist. Models walked the catwalk in long gloves and pearled accessories. The show would not have looked out of place at Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn.

Fabryan London celebrated their second birthday last September, so to showcase at the Lavera Showfloor during Berlin Fashion Week was an incredible opportunity for the brand. And what a success it was! With a great turn out from guests, bloggers, press and photographer alike, Fabryan really is evolving and growing from strength to strength. It is exciting to see what Fabryan has in store for the future.

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