Day 4 brought another mix of stunning collections, here are the highlights..
Peter Pilotto brought strong graphic prints, with striking colours. The sculptural shapes moulded into the designs showed creativity and a unique feel. A gorgeous collection.
Louise Grey expressed creativity and fun throughout all her designs. The playful styles with mixes of colours, textures and embroidered and printed techniques showed a wilder side to the catwalk.
Continuing to update you on London Fashion Week, here are some of the highlights from day 3...
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi showed an experimental collection, with asymmetric lines highlighting the figure, most of the collection featured pencil skirt designs and collared shirts or blouses, presenting a more masculine take but balancing it out with gorgeous printed colour taking over the garments.
Holly Fulton focused on a collaboration of graphic prints, generating in depth designs, using a palette of reds, blues and monochrome. From trousers suits to maxi dresses the collection showed creativity with luxurious materials
Victoria Beckham stole the show at LFW by appearing on the judging panel of the International Woolmark Prize which celebrates designs made by wool, alongside Natalie Massenet, Diane von Furstenberg and Donatella Versace.
Six finalists from around the world competed against each other to win more than £67,000, the opportunity to have their clothes sold in shops such as Harvey Nichols in London and Bergdorf Goodman in New York, plus invaluable industry recognition
Her classic pencil skirt style with a nipped in waist and a matching short sleeve top, accessorised with a pair of cobalt Manolo Blahnik heels is part of her new collection, she looked sophisticated and stylish as she gazed on at the designs strutting along the catwalk.
Whilst in London she celebrated her son Cruise's birthday, wearing again a classic pencil skirt style and coordinating top, looking the part turning up alongside the rest of the Beckhams at the venue.
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London Fashion Week Day 2 continued to show gorgeous collections flaunt the catwalk! Here are some of the highlights..,
Sister by Sibling focused on oversized knitwear, presenting texture and colour with mixed prints from floral to Aztec designs. Antipodium brought a mixture of colour and style with different textures and materials, creating a complex collection with sophisticated designs in a classic minimalist style.
The John Rocha collection saw over exaggerated sleeves and fits, presenting gorgeous unique textures amongst bold colours. House of Holland gave us a retro 80s vibe with colour prints and playful styles.
Julien Macdonald presented a stunning collection of embellished designs, shimmering as each was walked along the catwalk, captivating the audience. Mocshino Cheap and Chic collection included different prints from leopard to letters, reinventing classics, making them more edgy and creative, through biker styles and shimmering textures, with added embellishment.
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London Fashion Week kicks off and we're so excited to see all the designers new collections hit the catwalk! From what we've seen so far lots of neon colour and monochrome prints are being showcased as well as bold graphic prints.
Here are some of the highlights from LFW Day 1..
sass & bide showcase a collaboration of monochrome prints and canary yellow pieces. The colours compliment each other beautifully, highlighting clean lines making flattering shapes, including a mixture of knitted and patent textures with soft draping and body con fits.