Hurrah, Our Fav London It Label Goes Intergalactic

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    We have a lot to thank Lulu Kennedy MBE for. Since 2000, the talent scout’s fashion initiative, Fashion East, has given designers like Jonathan Saunders, Holly Fulton, Simone Rocha, Emma Cook, and Roksanda Ilincic the chance to show their collections at London Fashion Week — resulting in fame, glory, and a thriving London-based fashion businesses.

    Not one to rest on her laurels, in 2010 Kennedy launched her own label, Lulu & Co, which has just gone on sale at Net-A-Porter. The brand embodies Kennedy’s own eclectic-cool style (seriously, it is always a pleasure to see what she wears at Fashion Week) and this AW’13 collection is no different. Think space-age inspired sweaters and unicorn day-glow print cocktail dresses. With prices starting from £70 for a T-shirt, the cost is a little otherworldly as well, but we know this label is only going to go from strength to strength. Get ahead of the curve now.

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