London Fashion Week AW23 – Iann Dey

Creative platform Global Fashion Collective introduced three international designers to London Fashion Week this season.

One of which was the Mexican designer brand Iann Dey created by fashion designer duo Ivan Galelgos and David Marquez.

Their collection titled ‘Felix’ was inspired by Mexican actress Maria Felix La Dona who stood out for her beauty and personality. Maria Felix marked an era in Mexico for her impeccable performance and became an international fashion icon in the ’50s.

The collection is made of designs with luxurious textures in vibrant tones of red, black, gold, silver and clay.

Materials used are accompanied by fine crystals, feathers, silk and hand embroidery to give texture and personality.

This stunning red outfit may look like a full-blown gown but actually is a lace body suit and a skirt with a thigh-high opening at the front.

The collection is mainly evening wear but we’ve shown the outfits we believe you could wear for a glamorous racing festival.

About Global Fashion Collective

Launched in October 2017, GFC is a platform led by a group of dynamic individuals who share the common goal of cultivating an inclusive and diverse fashion industry.

GFC’s mission is to accelerate designer development by producing innovative runway showcases globally in fashion capitals to increase international media visibility and expand new market opportunities for their show’s participating designers. As the sister company to Vancouver Fashion Week, which has been producing shows since 2001, GFC works with a wide range of international designers at all runway shows.

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