Supermodel Lottie Moss wearing a sheer-panelled cream dress wows at the Julien Macdonald x Gabriela Spring Summer 2020 Collection.
As soon as you see an invitation to a Julien Macdonald show, you can be assured that the front row will be packed from end to end with some of the biggest celebrities and personalities out there.
The Welsh designer was destined for the fashion industry and shortly after graduation was headhunted by the king, Karl Lagerfeld himself, to work at Chanel. Ever the creative genius, during this time he also freelanced for Alexander McQueen where he created knitwear. His meteoric rise to fame came, however, in 2000 when he succeeded Alexander McQueen as the chief designer at the Haute Couture house of Givenchy.
Since then Julien Macdonald has cemented himself as one of the top designers globally and has gained a large following including some of the world’s biggest celebs. So, when the announcement came that he and friend Gabriela Gonzalez would collaborate on a collection together, we knew that the front row would be as dazzling as the collection itself.
Among the throng of celebrities in attendance, the sensationally beautiful Lottie Moss nearly stole the entire show. Following in her sister, Kate Moss‘, footsteps, the 21-year-old model wowed in a cream coloured dress with sheer panels on the side showing off every single one of her curves.
Other notable attendees spotted in the Southwark Cathedral included Bianca Jagger, Ed Westwick, Hana Cross, Sophia Smith, Ann Kathrin Gotze, The Bloom Twins, Mary Charteris, Roger Taylor, Alan Carr, Abbey Clancy, Davinia Taylor, Sabrina Elba, Binky Felstead, Meg Matthews, Sarina Taylor and Maddi Waterhouse.
“I’m thrilled to be collaborating with my dear friend Gabriela, who embodies my aesthetic, of a strong, beautiful, and confident woman. She is a global traveller living the jet-set lifestyle while also a gifted mother”Julien Macdonald
The Julien x Gabriela Spring/Summer 2020 collection consisted of a 40 look capsule collection that harmoniously blends glamorous sophistication with a sexy-flirtiness that is unique to Julien Macdonald’s designs.
Images: Alan Chapman