Holly Fulton unveils hotel’s London Fashion Week windows

16:44 12 September 2012

Holly Fulton unveils The May Fair Hotel

Holly Fulton unveils The May Fair Hotel's London Fashion Week Fashion Windows.

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Designer Holly Fulton has unveiled a hotel’s fashion windows as part of celebrations for London Fashion Week (LFW).

Fulton’s hand-drawn graphics inspired by her Spring/Summer 2013 collection now adorn the windows of The May Fair Hotel, the official hotel for LFW.

The designer’s signature style is inspired by her love of art deco, Bauhaus styles and cubist fashion and her unique and contemporary take on these genres has become a favorite among the fashion elite.

She is now in her third season showing at LFW, and her designs will be on the catwalk on Saturday.

In addition to the windows, The May Fair Hotel’s bar is celebrating with its bespoke LFW Designer Cocktail Collection. Designers include Antoni & Alison, Alice by Temperley, Mark Fast, Corrie Nielsen, Olivia Rubin and Fulton.

LFW is from Friday, September 14 to next Tuesday, September 18.

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