The queen of print sauced things up this season with a riot of hot pink print inspired by Lady Chatterly’s lover.
For autumn 12 Fulton’s creations took an elaborate direction, as her Stepford wife, stuck in a steamy glass house-inspired collection took to the catwalk on the final day of London.
Brunette beatnik beehives were the order of the day where hair was concerned, and beautiful palm prints and Art Deco, Ocean drive designs enveloped shift dresses in vibrant turquoise and fuchsia.
Tonal colours were layered, so pinks on pinks for example gave the catwalk a hot-house intensity, but every piece was anchored by strong black lines of print which maintained the signature Fulton aesthetic.
There were also some William Morris inspired flourishes on collarless leather jackets, and cropped bolero tops encrusted with armour like gold discs. These details gave this bold collection a level of detail and sophistication that further pushes Fulton forward as one of London’s rising stars.