Photo via Fashion156

Just as we promised, we’re keeping on top of the best and, um, most interesting trends at London’s Graduate Fashion Week. Take a look after the jump for these hot, fresh, and often bizarre styles.

Left: Maria Lazari (Photo via @River_Island; Right: Leoni Newcombe (Photo via Fashion156)

Newsflash: Your childhood kaleidoscope has resurrected from the crawlspace shaped like a sweater—but don’t be scared. Geometric shapes hit the catwalk, and—when they worked—we squealed like schoolgirls. At De Montfort University’s show, Maria Lazari covered her garments with
triangles and squares of all colors to create symmetric getups that were surprisingly easy on the eyes. Leoni Newcombe from Liverpool John Moores used eccentric patterns and stripes for her circus-themed collection. We get the wild intent, but the collection kind of makes us dizzy. Just saying.


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