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Catwalk to CW Crown

The bucket barrel deep, stinking pit of historical inaccuracies aside, I love The CW’s new show, Reign. It swings from giggly and girly to snarky and bitchy in the same way as shows like Gossip Girl and Pretty Little Liars. Most of all though, I love it for the fashion. Costume designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack is a genius at combining regal-chic with boho and modern touches. Ah, what I wouldn’t give for a chance to browse though Reign’s wardrobe department.

Why aren't you watching Reign?

Caitlin Stasey, Celina Sinden, Anna Popplewell and Adelaide Kane on the set of Reign!

Gorgeous hair accessories & styles: As inspired by CW's Reign

When "Reign's" costume designer Meredith Markworth-Pollack began working on the show, the idea was to create, "something slightly different to the costume dramas we had seen so far, especially because of the demographic of The CW, and bring in the element of contemporary fashion."

Really liked this dress...  #Reign

Morgana's Huntress costume for her first Masque where she meets Alasdair

All images above found via Pinterest.

Their use of accessories is also amazing, and I now have a bit of an obsession with chain and floral head wear.

Reign: Interview with Debra Moreland Reign. this shoooow and the gowns in this shoooow. obsessed.

Gorgeous hair accessories & styles: As inspired by CW's Reign

A lot of designer names such as Alexander McQueen have been popping up in the show, and having just watched the latest episode before catching up on the catwalk reports, I couldn’t help but wonder what pieces would likely be popping up in season two (which has been confirmed – yay!)

Looks most likely to appear in Reign S2:

Alexander McQueen

Marchesa

Melinda Looi

Naeem Khan

Jenny Packham

 Carolina Herrera

Erin Featherstone

Alongside items from Free People, custom items by the amazing fashion team and customised vintage couture, of course.

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Catching up on the Catwalks: AW14

I miss the good old days, when I could curl up in my armchair with a coffee, and watch the live catwalk feed each fashion week. Of course, it’s a good thing that those days are over – I’d hate to still have so much time on my hands that I can sit and watch the live feeds of fashion week (London, Paris, Milan and New York!). Being busy is always good.

So tonight I’ve been catching up on what so far I’ve only caught glimpses of. I especially love the creativity with tailoring, full midi skirts and feminine, flowing layers that are awash over the catwalk this year – these trends have been around for a while now, of course, but it just seems to get better each season. Thank you Vogue.com (the source of all photos below)!

Dior

Lanvin

MSMG

Versace

Fendi

Chloe

Erdem

Temperley London

Let’s just throw the entire Temperley collection in there – I’m in love it all!

Julien Macdonald

Holly Fulton

Mary Katrantzou

Jasper Conran

Marchesa

Naeem Khan

Jenny Packham

Zac Posen

Alice & Olivia

Victoria Beckham

And then after an evening of perusing Vogue’s catwalk reports, comes that horrible sink in my heart as I remember that I can’t just nip into town and buy any of these outfits. Even if a Chanel or a Marchesa store were to pop up overnight five minutes from my house (ha!), I dare not even guess as to how much every item on this page would cost me in total… and when I would have the opportunity to wear most of them. Sigh. I have to keep reminding myself that to most of us, these catwalks are to be looked at in the same way as the artwork in a gallery. Depressing as that is.

Ah well. I have a thousand ideas in mind for re-working my own wardrobe to get me started. I think it’s about time I ought to inject some more ‘regal’, brocade and berry-toned pieces. I’ve been searching for months now.

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