Karen Millen neckline designs

Each collection of Karen Millen has some amazing collars and necklines. I decided to create a new category in my blog specially for Karen Millen.

Cape collar with fastening / Blouse with a mix of Peter Pan collar, Ascot collar, and Jabot collar.

 

Neckline embellished with black pins. Actually pins are iconic details of Moschino neckline designs, but I like how Karen Millen applies pins as well.

Twisted neckline / Cowl neck which can take at least two different shapes. I tried in the store.

Karen Millen’s creativity! Limited edition.

 

 

Beautiful elegant necklines

 

anne fontaine

I walked to Conduit Street to find a Braccialini store, as the Google Map displayed, but Braccialini was not there, so I just walked looking around and I found Anne Fontaine store with 3 white blouses in the window. All of them have focus on collars with contrast hems.

People ask me why I pay so great attention to necklines. Well, just look how simple blouses become smart because of the neckline design! There is nothing but collars!

Poster for my final submission

I made a poster for my final submission at university. It contains main chapters of my written work ‘Collars and Collarless Necklines as a Brand Identity’.

‘Collars in history’ includes collars’ symbolism, functionality, and neckline vocabulary. Then I have a chapter about the importance of collars in male fashion.

‘Collars and necklines as a brand identity’ analyses neckline designs of MOSCHINO, Ute Ploier, and Hawes & Curtis, where MOSCHINO is the leader in neckline designs!

‘Collars as accessories’ represents Gemma Lister, Eleven Objects, Nauticoco, and Miu Miu.

Pictures: 1. the most famous historical collar – Elizabethan Ruff, 2. Moschino – new version of vintage teddy bear collar, 3. golden sequin collar of Gemma Lister.

Thanks to Baker Street Poster Printing! They printed this poster for me £13 cheaper!