American-borne designer, Natascha Stolle, made her debut at London Fashion Week this season and you would have never guessed it--Stolle's clothing is chic, young, and salable in every way. When we saw the collection on the runway we were struck by the mix of luxe fabrics and easy basics and, when we spoke with Stolle in the Centre For Fashion Enterprise pop-up showroom, she explained to us that one of her goals was to take young, easy pieces and make them slightly more luxe and special. We saw the wrapped chain necklaces and knotted grey jersey pieces as a testament to this effort and it was hard to believe this was the designer's first go at fashion week. Stolle's aesthetic goals in this collection also play into a larger interest in "the dilemma the teenage girl faces in developing her own personal style...when she must navigate between how she wants to dress, and how she ought to" and we think this a relevant course of study indeed. To see our video of Stolle's collection at London Fashion Week, click here. To see our snapshots from the showroom, click below.