Fashion Week in London is slowly coming to an end. This season was filled with designers that made an impact on
David Koma was a highlight this season. His pieces used intricate and elaborate elements that took the ordinary to the next level. A strategic colour palette of red, white, and blue created a cohesive collection that still managed to stand out.
Ashish has been a brand that has always gone against the grain. This year taking a punk route with dark colours and sheer fabrics. The collection stuck to a gothic punk theme whilst expanding that idea through beautifully draped dresses and bold fabrics.
Erdem’s collection combined structure with delicate prints. With focus on the silhouettes, creating unique shapes. The fabrics had an old world feel to them and made an impact on the runway.
Versus Versace used London punk style as inspiration for this collection. The collection was geared toward the young demographic of today. With its inclusion of crop tops, bucket hats and mesh.
House of Holland stayed true to London street style whilst being fun, and fresh. The brand used stripe patterns in a variety of ways, some through pattern and some through texture which brought the pieces to life.
J W Anderson featured one of the most popular trends today which is the bustier styled tops. Despite its recent prevalence in fashion it was done in a way that was dynamic and unique to the brand.
Alastair James was another highlight. The entire collection looked like something out of a Midsummer Night’s Dream. Both fantastical and romantic.
Julien MacDonald made waves last night with his star-studded catwalk. His collection was sexy, and vibrant. Working perfectly with crystal embellishments and high slits. The looks are reminiscent of Versace and Tom Ford.
Tommy Hilfiger combined this season’s hottest trends for autumn with a strong 90s. The collection was youthful, and grungy with some preppy elements. Bringing an actual circus to the show, added an element of performance and excitement.