Here are out favourite looks from each day of London Fashion Week. Seeing as we haven’t been able to shake this cold weather this LFW really hit the spot showing tons of designs we think we should be wearing right now.
From day 1 we picked out Felder Felder , Nasir Mazhar, Haizhen Wang, Mark Fast, PPQ, Daks and Bora Aksu. We loved the high shoulder neckline seen at Felder Felder and we will definitely be investing in some quilted texture pieces. Nasir Mazhar supplied his own spin on the sport theme with fur trim and glittery textures appearing next to branded waistbands and backpacks. Bora Aksu was simple yet a statement with lattice textures and puffy sleeves.
Day 2‘s picks are Jasper Conran, Holly Fulton, John Rocha, Sibling, House of Holland and Antipodium. Jasper Conran was our collection of the day, every piece was perfection. The colour palette was neutral with a pop of orange, the silhouettes were sleek and form fitting and there was a staple timeless feel to the collection. Sibling was tagged as a seventies throwback and it has given us an excuses to ignore any man repeller comments about our fedora’s. Bitches have got to loving House of Holland, bright colours, patterns and the expected embellishments. After seeing the show we know we need fluffy pom poms on our shoes as soon as possible.
From day 3 we picked out looks from Matthew Williamson, Topshop Unique, Preen, Mary Katrantzou and Vivenne Westwood Red Label. As well as the uber cool ziggy stardust dressed ladies strutting in Matthew Williamson there were also some great prints and metallic textures. Orange added a great zing yet again to A/W and this fur jumper at Preen was fabulously oversized and paired with a matching coloured trouser. Mary Katrantzou made us remember how important the details are- with her first looks beautifully embellished with the journey of your CV . Our favourite look was elaborately decorated with road signs and sale logos.
Day 4 had us loving Tom Ford, Peter Pilotto, Burberry Prorsum, Erdem, Christopher Kane and Ashish. The Tom Ford show was full of , white black and fur. The collection was seemingly about recreating and updating classic shapes whilst flirting with velvet, leather , sequins and fur. We fell in love with Peter Pilotto’s mountainous prints, the rest of the show was full of patterns and colour. Ashish transported us back to an 80’s prom , not forgetting the ‘pretty in pink’ dress. Tulle was gathered, tinsel fluttered and sequins shimmered.
Day 5 was the day for KTZ, SIMONGAO, Meadham Kirchhoff, Simone Rocha, Barbara Casasola and Zoe Jordan. KTZ made a statement in black, white and gold. Morroconesque mirrorwork was seen throughout the collection and fine detailing took centre stage. Zoe Jordan tackled the sports theme, it was close to home her father being the owner of a Formula One racing team. Clean lines and shapes meant her collection progressed like a well oiled machine, we are betting on team Jordan to win.