LFW SS16: Molly Goddard

Taking her ethereal tulle and smocked dresses into the new season, West London native Molly Goddard drew inspiration from the moody British summer. Preparing sandwiches on the factory line, the models seemed to brave the weather in embroidered, transparent tulle layered over quirky knitwear or a simple white t-shirt. The pinks were now complimented by shades of pistachio, chalk white and crimson, as well as green and red tartan – the latter combined very successfully with the signature ruching.

Two later looks featuring patchwork college sweaters and ruched skirt and shorts were a bit to clunky to be a hit. However, the ankle-length dresses were a favourite – styled as they were with chunky pony skin books, the result of a collaboration with British footwear brand Penelope Chilvers.

Playing with familiar shapes and elements from an historical notion of girlhood, Molly Goddard continues to prove herself as one to watch, leaving us excited for the next adventure of her very modern, mind-of-her-own muse.







by Elisabeth Krohn

Images courtsey of Jamie Stoker

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