You have to give in to the genuineness of the designer duo as friends and family replaced celebrities on their front row during their show at London Fashion Week. Falguni and Shane Peacock Couture is definitely inspired by Bollywood colours but if you think the clashing and splashing of their prints is in no way mainstream then you are wrong as Michelle Williams from the Destiny’s Child proved to us last season. Their trademark draped silhouettes speak only one word ‘be proud as a peacock’. Their Autumn Winter 2010 collection is an intoxicating mix of animal and feathery prints, feather motifs mixed with leather straps and embellishment using semi precious stones and crystals. A combination of western shapes and Indian colours, dresses were flamboyant and glamorous.
The designers clearly appreciate the feminine shape and use fluid silks to manipulate and accentuate curves, creating a devastatingly sexy shape. The reverse of the dresses were as interesting as prints and colours swirled around the body. Styles were chic and elegant and the line is ultra feminine. The label is often seen at Indian Fashion Week and a host of Bollywood stars turn out to events in the label which translates into a collection that gushes sexy colours and animal prints. If you are as impressed as we are, then you can get your very own F&SP made-to-order dress now by ordering through Fu-sion360.com