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Romance in the air as Paul Costelloe, Bora Aksu open London Fashion Week

Plain dresses had ruffle details on the front and shoulders

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Paul Costelloe opened London Fashion Week with the Irish designer saying he was “bringing back a bit of romance” to the catwalks with feminine dresses and soft, fluid looks.

The 78-year-old’s spring/summer 2024 collection, called “Il Giardino” (The Garden) dressed models in unstructured jackets – some with tails, wide-leg linen trousers, V-neck jumpers and floral printed dresses.

Plain dresses had ruffle details on the front and shoulders. He stuck to a colour palette of breezy blues, cream, sand and ecru.

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“(I’m) bringing back a bit of romance and a bit of femininity into fashion,” Costelloe told Reuters. “We’ve become so aggressive and independent and all these other things that people have to require but I’ve just gone back to the old style of beautiful fashion show, beautiful models.”

Against an illustrated garden backdrop, some models carried tennis rackets or croquet mallets.

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