Day 2 of London Fashion Week was filled with winter pastels, bold prints, and punk rock inspired pieces.

Versus Versace:



Versus Versace was bold and heavily accessorised. Each look was true to brand and on trend. Leather was everywhere including an all-leather look. Curved silhouettes paired with leather boots made an impact.

Julien Macdonald:


Julien Macdonald catered to the female form. The collection was filled with cut out detail,  net with feathers and cinched waists. Perfect for winter parties and occasion. The color palette was simple and classic.

Emilia Wickstead:


Emilia Wickstead’s collection was sophistication with a twist. Floral shirts and dresses were paired with tailored block-coloured suits and coats. It gave the collection an overall feel of being both modern and vintage inspired.

House of Holland:


House of Holland made a statement with their unique collection. It was a blend of bold contrasting prints, graphics, printed accessories, printed shoes and fringing details on the garments.

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