After a quick sell out of their first collection, designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff have launched their second range for Topshop. Their mood? Rebellious. This Meadham Kirchhoff collection features wild pieces ranging from tinsel-strip skirts to leopard-print tights to distressed silk-printed tees and dresses. Rounding out the selection are classic Breton-stripe pieces, including jumpers and more tights. So what do you think of the latest looks? And will you be buying?
Despite mixed thoughts in the sea of critics who witnessed the AW10 collection from Meadham Kirchhoff at London Fashion Week, it seems the design duo have hit the spot after their orders have doubled from last season's structured metallic performance. The Fall collection saw a mishmash of long lace dresses, over-accessorised with veils, jewellery and crowns galore.
Although it may have been difficult to define whether the show was a little lost in it's styling, or actually pure genius, it seems stylists are going crazy for the ecclectic collection from design team Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff. The most popular pieces are showing to be the floor-length lace numbers, intricate prints and clever knitwear, so although it may have been hard to distinguish between garments on the runway, they obviously work well standing on their own. Could this be Meadham Kirchhoff's recipe for success? Only next season will tell.