Katharine Polk probably throws a great party - playing her music loud she presented the 'Kate Moss meets Penny Lane' collection in her new headquarters, which felt like being in a cool private house with cow skin rugs, oversized rattan lampshades and squashy sofas.
This Houghton collection was one aimed at every bride during and after her wedding.
From the little white dress for a city hall wedding to the printed ruffled and tiered organza for a country bride, the baby blue sequinned jogging pants for the honeymoon or the baby doll mini shirtdress for the pregnant bride - Polk had thought of everything.
Separates have always been a key element in Polk's collections and blurring the lines between every day and wedding day is what she does best.
A guipure lace shirt with a leather mini under a patent and goat fur jacket all in white; a mini lace zip up bomber with gathered long skirt; an ivory linen romper suit with mohair poncho; a silk dupion double breasted cost dress with fringed belt or a duchess satin high neck dress with a cape - each piece perfectly illustrated the idea of 'ready to wed'.
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