Duke of St Albans , 79; Julian Barnes , author, The Sense of an Ending (2011, Man Booker prizewinner), 72; Martin Bashir , broadcaster, BBC religious affairs correspondent, 55; John Bercow , MP for Buckingham, Speaker of the House of Commons, 55; Anthony Browne , chairman, UK government Regulatory Policy Committee, chief executive, British Bankers’ Association (2012-17), 51; Jenson Button , British Formula One world champion (2009), 38; Damien Chazelle , director and screenwriter, La La Land (2017), 33; Eoghan Corry , journalist and author, editor of travel publication Travel Extra, 57; Michael Crawford , actor, Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em (1973-78), and singer, 76; Javier Pérez de Cuéllar , UN secretary-general (1982-91), 98; Stefan Edberg , Swedish tennis player and former world No 1 (1990), 52; Tim Foster , British rower, Olympic gold medallist (2000), 48; Lady (Kate) Gavron , chairwoman, Carcanet Press, 63; Tippi Hedren , actress, The Birds (1963), 88; Wayne Hemingway , fashion designer and co-founder (1982), Red or Dead, 57; Dame Patricia Hodgson , chairwoman, Ofcom (2014-17), 71; Rev Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin , Speaker’s chaplain and chaplain to the Queen, 57; Rt Rev Graham James , Bishop of Norwich, 67; Trevor Kavanagh , political editor (1983-2006), now columnist, The Sun , 75; Svetlana Khorkina , Russian gymnast, two-time Olympic champion (1996, 2000) and nine-time world champion, 39; Richard Lester , film director, The Beatles: A Hard Day’s Night (1964), 86; Chris Lyttle , Alliance Party MLA for Belfast East, 37; Fiona O’Malley , Progressive Democrats TD for Dún Laoghaire (2002-07), senator (2007-11), 50; Dolly Parton , country music singer and actress, 9 to 5 (1980), 72; Sir Simon Rattle , OM, principal conductor and music director, London Symphony Orchestra, 63; Sir John Stanley , Conservative MP (1974-2015), Northern Ireland minister (1987-88), 76; Steve Staunton , footballer, Aston Villa, Liverpool and Republic of Ireland (1998-2002), 49; Scott Taunton , chief executive, Wireless Group, 47; Dennis Taylor , snooker player, world champion (1985), 69.
like a river, fashion will break free with overwhelming fluidity becoming the principle of design for the near future. the fluency of the currents and waves and rapids and rivulets is reflected in the fluidity of folds and drapes and smocks and gathers, while froth and foam are rendered with fine pleating, layering and perforation. cascading waterfalls of frills and ruffles will give majestic form to romanticism. breaking waves of fine foamy jerseys will be layered to shield from a sudden summer breeze. the wilder currents of the ocean will stand for conceptual asymmetrical shapes while the stillness of the lake will ripple softly with crêpe and undulating yarns, reflective and minimal in a profound and deep dark blue.