Shrimps' bread and butter remain their accessories, particularly the faux furs and beaded Antonia bag which made their name a few years ago, so it's no surprise to see newer versions of both on the runways for Fall. The fur this time was so light as to mimic the feathers that have proved to be incredibly popular this season. Oversized and floor sweeping in length, designer Hannah Weiland's coats and capes were bright checked or covered in mythological prints of Weiland's own design. Apart from the bags and the fun furs, Weiland has also attempted to diversify into clothing with varying results. Using the Grecian goddess Athena as her muse, she showed ruffled and puff-sleeved satin dresses trimmed with lace, covered with spots all in cheery colours. Belts were raffia sashes with embellished Greek wreath buckles and models wore pearl Alice bands, lace gloves and chunky soled sandals, paired with socks.  



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