Androgyny, Red, Functional Fancy Footwear, Backpacks, and Slouchy yet Chic silhouettes is what London Fashion Week was all about. Clearly, the move from its traditional swanky location of Somerset House to a trendy Soho wasn’t the only major change this fashion week experienced!
Last night, as I watched all the shows over again to shortlist my favourite five, I realised it was going to be an impossible task. Eventually, I ended up with favourite eight, which was after a few rounds of re-watching/analysing. I only picked the collections that I foresee as a major street style rage and I promise not to disappoint you on that! Your feed back is always appreciated 🙂
Anya Hindmarch stole my heart with her theme Apophenia, which she beautifully showcased with a kaleidoscopic presentation of her collection with synchronised moves by the models. You MUST watch her show if you haven’t already!
Everything that sparkles – Ashish’s signature style and my favourite element combined with grunge – another beloved style of mine, left me lusting for this spectacular collection!
Burberry, never ever disappoints, be it the massive reach of their social media activities, FROW scenes or the always refreshing collection. Thank you Christopher Bailey!
Androgyny with a delicate touch dominated Christopher Kane’s collection. The hardest part was to pick just a few looks for this post.
Easy breeze with lace details. Whats not to love ISSA?
Versus restored faith in that rock chic girl with a very feminine twist! Love at first sight.
Topshop Unique did not live up to its reputation of edgy and played safe instead; however the collection is very wearable and hence on the list of my favourites!
A Strong woman with finesse is what Jean Pierre Braganza’s clothes defined! Simple structured silhouettes and a flash of prints made this collection stand out.