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Sunday 18 September 2011

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At London Fashion Week for every masterpiece there unfortunately has to be a travesty and Lewis Duncan Weedon Atelier was indeed a travesty.

Descending from the deco swirled staircase at the Knightsbridge Hotel models tottered in un-walkable heals and dated Las Vegas frocks. A sequined, backless mini dress for example barely covered the Misteeq singer turned model Su-Elise Nasla’s modesty whilst cotton frilled beach dresses with an uneven sheared waist and ill fitted silk evening dresses bunched and pulled against the body, which left a bemused audience of WAG’s and counterparts in fits of giggles.

Trying to hide the mistakes in his creations Weedon draped imitation McQueen Skull scarves around the models shoulders leaving me to ponder not only where the talent was but also the originality at this party of wealthy London town.