Designers react to British election with trend, slogans — and tears – Los Angeles Times

As if the stress of placing collectively a trend present wasn’t sufficient, this season designers additionally had to forged their votes in a snap — and divisive — general election the day before London Fashion Week Men’s began.

Regardless of the shock outcome — a weakened Conservative Party, a hung parliament and a humiliated prime minister who was left scrambling to make a deal with Northern Eire’s proper-wing Democratic Unionist Occasion — many designers selected to concentrate on the optimistic.

“The youth turnout was superior. We have now hope, we're participating in politics, and voting for a 68-year-outdated man, a fantastic man,” mentioned Phoebe English, referring to Jeremy Corbyn, the chief of the Labour Party, which gained 32 seats within the election.

Talking on the sidelines of her presentation on Friday, the place fashions wearing workwear-impressed clothes performed with lumps of clay, English mentioned her era doesn’t need “robots, spin medical doctors, or politicians. We would like human beings. I should have cried 4 instances this morning, as a result of persons are utilizing their voices to say they need change.”

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Designers react to British election with trend, slogans — and tears - Los Angeles Times