We continue MESS magazine’s top picks from London Fashion Week day 3. Seven of the best shows and best looks from the third day of the London Shows.
MM6 Maison Margiela:
MM6 Maison Margiela showcased a variety of winter coats ad suit jackets. The looks were simply yet, managed to make a statement. The looks were on trend with oversized jackets and exquiste suit tailoring.
Peter Pilotto produced a diverse and versatile collection. It ranged from winter coats to gorgeous flowing dresses that would work for any season. The colour palette remained earthy and natural with hues of pink.
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi:
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi brought Tim Burtons stylistic elements to life in this collection. The makeup was breathtaking and drew all those watching in. Gothic romantic looks filled the runway with a mostly monochromatic colour palette that worked to the collections advantage.
Mulberry was distinctly English in its silhouettes and checkered print. The pieces were very structured and not too form fitting, adding to the retro and vintage feel of the collection. The colours were mostly brown and natural hues.
Mary Katrantzou was a bold blend of textures and colours. Mixing floral prints that were loose and flowy with structured checkered pieces kept the looks fun and young.
Temperley London was a blend of cultures and eras. The collection had a distinctly western feel with the inclusion of neck ties. The dresses and off the shoulder pieces gave a Spanish feel to the look and both concepts complimented each other beautifully.
Topshop Unique was true to brand with fun and vibrant looks. The collection included playful striped pieces and sweatshirts. The collection was very cohesive and had a retro 70s feel to it.