We love this time of year, when all of Fashion Royalty gather together to see what Britain’s hottest designers have been busy creating the past few month’s. As fashion fanatics ourselves, we want to share with you our pick of the best of the London shows!
Felder Felder have used a beautiful array of textiles, to create a very chic, textural collection. We love the layers of chiffon mixed with faux fur and latex.
This seasons PPQ collection is like raiding through a vintage shop, we love the mix up of different era’s of vintage this collection has. With 60’s style hair and make up, the collection combines 70’s prints with 60’s and 80’s silhouettes, creating a fun and quirky look, true to PPQ form.
Moschino Cheap and Chic:
We love this seasons Moschino cheap and chic collection, combining oversized suit jackets in metallic, animals prints and sheepskin with tapered trousers for a really edgy tailored look. We want to wear a Moschino suit to the office everyday!
In true David Koma form, this collection is beautifully structured with strong fabric choices. We love the silhouettes used, with structured necklines and wavy skirts. With a very sophisticated use of leather, the collection has a very heavy feel to it.
House Of Holland:
We Love the detailing in this collection, with fluffy cardigans, strong prints, and ruffled hemlines. House of Holland have taken granny chic in its best possible form.
With a fantastic use of colour, combined with metallics and fringing this collection is right up our street. Matthew Williamson, known for his used of textiles, creates a gorgeously sophisticated collection, with a beautiful use of layers. We want every piece!
Tailoring never looked so good. This collection from Paul Smith, offers classy and sophisticated office wear. We love the red Metallic trousers with a crisp white shirt!
As big high street fans, we always look forward to what Topshop Unique has to offer in the high fashion stakes and this season is no exception. We’re going to be combining oversized jumpers with flowy skirts, and metallic leathers for the rest of the season.
This seasons Tom ford collection is full of patterns and textures. With an interesting use of lacy blacks combined with fuchsia and royal purple, there is nothing dull about this collection, every piece is full of detail and excitement.
Keeping up there classic image we love the romantic essence Christopher Bailey has brought to Burberry this season. With a really classic use of animal print, and sheer shiny fabrics, we love everything about this collection. Look out for the gorgeous twist on the signature rain coat.
J W Anderson:
Nobody does simplicity and silhouette like J W Anderson. With a beautiful use of autumnal colours, it is all about the shapes and detail in the collection. Subtle draping and coloured panels make the the simplicity of the collection come alive. With a great choice of matt and shiny, furry and smooth fabrics, we love this collection perfect for day wear.
Drawing inspiration from her grandmothers Simone Rocha’s collection has a lovely classic feel to it, with dropped waist lines and crochet detailing, this collection oozes modernised granny glamour. With a simple colour scheme of powder pink, black and white, focus is on the garment shape and textures of the fabrics.
The colour scheme used in this collection is really what stands out to us. A really unusual combination of mint green and powder pink, with burnt yellow, alongside shiny black. There is a lovely use of contacting fabrics as well as colours, with faux furs, wool, pvc and treated lace. Ilincic drew inspiration from fairy tales for this collection, and there certainly is an essence of fantasy, with a contemporary edge.