Richard Quinn Autumn 2022 Ready-to-Wear Latex Collection

Richard Quinn London Fashion Week Autumn Fall 2022 Latex Fashion Collection
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Continuing on from his latex filled Autumn 2021 collection, British designer Richard Quinn has continued his exploration of latex fashion, as the designer launches his Autumn 2022 ready-to-wear range.

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Quinn, who studied a BA Fashion Print course at Central Saint Martins and then went on to complete a MA Fashion course where he was awarded the Stella McCartney Scholarship and graduated in February 2016, is widely known for his riotous florals and fresh takes on latex. His style and output have always been about forward-thinking Womenswear and textiles. He established his namesake label in 2016 shortly after graduation and can count the Queen amongst his fans – on 20 February 2018 Queen Elizabeth II attended Quinn’s Autumn/Winter 2018 runway show at London Fashion Week. After the show finished, the Queen presented Quinn with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.

Announced at London Fashion Week, Quinn’s RTW collection was a definitive resumption of the previous seasons’ garments, continuing to feature over-the-top bright floral designs and patterns combined with sleek latex undergarments. The designer brought out the big guns: Violet Chachki, fashion icon and winner of the U.S. series’ controversial seventh season. The drag superstar strutted in a quintessential all-latex Quinn ensemble.

Also modelling was Kate Moss’s daughter Lila, in a midi dress with protruding feathers and matching latex stockings.

The catwalk show can be seen on YouTube below:

Be sure to keep up to date with all the latest news from Richard Quinn and his latex designs via his website and Instagram.

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