MFW: Model takes a tumble at Versace

Model Lindsey Wixson is the latest model to take a tumble on this year’s catwalks – and who can blame her in those skyscraper perspex shoes?

The Inspiration: Under the sea; particularly starfish and Versace (studded) heritage.

The Look: Lots of body con and studs for the classically sexy Versace silhouette. Pale pastels, white, metallics, studs and that lemon yellow – which has been seen everywhere!

Best Bit: We actually loved Lindsey’s dress (and the fact she smiled after her probably painful mishap) Oh and that lemon dress with lazer cut detail, as seen at Giles Deacon.

Notes: FYI there were 2 walking problems at LFW – one model tripped over her gown at Amanda Wakeley’s show and another got her stiletto caught in a fishnet knit dress at Mark Fast.

P.S. anyone else getting excuted about Versace for H&M now?

All pics The DM.

Lindsey looking incredible

Post tumble - check out those super high heels!

All the models had difficult shoes to negotiate - we love the perspex and seahorse!

Lindsey makes light of her mishap!

Love the studded starfish

Short and Sweet classic Versace with a seaside twist

Super glam - the Versace way.


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One response to “MFW: Model takes a tumble at Versace”

  1. faboutique says :

    gorgeous! super chic! poor LIndsey… the dress was too long and the shoes too high! Even on the catwalk is hard to walk, imagine in real life! High heels are beautiful but nothing better than flats…very comfortable, but unfortunately they don’t look ver nice in special occasions…its not easy to be an elegant woman, definitely!! xx 🙂

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