>> I have a shiny scar on my elbow from when I had an unfortunate scooter accident in Brighton (I crashed into a beach cafe and fell flat on my face, breaking my tooth and taking a good chunk of my elbow off…) that I like to refer to as my ickle keloid friend now because I'd find it weird if it wasn't there anymore. Now that I'm getting to grips with Hungarian-designer Kata Szegedi's cut-outs worked into sleeves, shoulders and legs, something that she has developed from her last collection, I'll have to try and see if my keloid friend can rear its shiny teardrop-shaped head and poke through one of the cut-outs at the elbows. I'm speaking about the jackets in these teaser pics of the S/S 11 collection, from which there's way more to come. The fit has loosened up quite rightly for spring but retains the complexity in contruction that really made her 'Daniel's Road' collection stand out. The roads that wind up and down the arms and legs forming fabric strip cut-outs have softened up so that the holes don't seem as taut and form fitting and the trousers have likewise cropped and dropped into fancy slouchy pants. Like I said, this isn't the complete collection but from what I've seen, keloid shiny here definitely could get used to be being framed by a quadrilateral shape constructed in silk.