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Topic - Maria Grachvogel
By day, London may look the same _ downbeat commuters, snarled traffic, headaches galore. But after dark the city will be sparkling on Friday as London Fashion Week spawns dozens of catwalk shows, parties, and ever-more-exclusive after-parties.
Traditionalist Paul Costelloe kicked off London Fashion Week on Friday by breaking with his old-school tendencies, offering a brash, eye-catching show filled with short, flouncy dresses in soft colors.
Short, flouncy and sexy dresses took center stage at the opening of London Fashion Week Friday _ except the collection of designer Maria Grachvogel, whose dresses were long, severe, and sexy too.
She breathed a deep, elaborate sigh of relief to indicate that the tension had lifted.
"They're a bit of a lightning warrior look," Grachvogel said backstage after the show. "Very much about volume, with that Grecian feminine thing, and a bit of fierceness."