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London Fashion Week saw a flurry of shows Monday emphasizing romance and femininity, often with exquisite workmanship and dashes of mystery and drama.Christopher Kane offered a strong collection of very feminine, sometimes revealing dresses at his catwalk show at the Tate Britain museum.Many of Kane's dresses were semisheer and lacy, in simple but effective blacks and reds, along with some relatively demure knitwear, including an impressive deep purple dress.DELICATE, VEILED THEMEErdem's London Fashion Week show made heavy use of veils – and black veil material – not only to shade the faces of many models but also as the fabric for leggings, long gloves and some shawls and capes.The veil material was detailed with black polka dots that became a design motif throughout the show, giving the models an unearthly and sometimes off-putting look when their faces were totally obscured.
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