LONDON FASHION WEEK: MEADHAM KIRCHOFF

this disco inferno comes with a dark side.

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The Meadham Kirchoff show was:
Held on a light-up disco floor and coated in glitter - models threw it at the audience as they walked down the catwalk.

The trend we knew would come to life was:
Bindis and rainbow paillettes also seen at Jeremy Scott; metallic leopard print a la Prabal Gurung and Oscar de la Renta; beaded flapper skirts for Carey Mulligan.

The weirdest thing about the show (in a good way) was:
The cropped Creamsicle-colored sweaters made completely in the UK and looking both chic and super-snuggly. Must have!

The weirdest thing about the show (in a weird way) was:
I swear a pair of pants and a cropped bolero jacket were made from the same Christmas tinsel that Gretchen Jones used in the Project Runway party store challenge. Of course, Michael Kors said her look should be "on Kate Moss and every It Girl in America," so maybe it's intentional...

Everyone should know that:
Tons of kids in the show audience and waiting outside were wearing something from Meadham Kirchoff that you could tell they'd saved up all year to buy. This label has major fans.

This collection's theme song would be:
"Whatever Happened to Saturday Night" by Meatloaf as performed in The Rocky Horror Picture Show