Now that LFW has finished it’s now time to move on to Milan, but before we do I have decided to put all my favourites into a blog post.
I was quite disappointed in LFW this year, I don’t think there was enough excitement surrounding it and therefore the collections that debuted didn’t really stand out. However, there were some gorgeous collections.
What an absolutely gorgeous collection by Julien Macdonald! The detail and intricacy is amazing, each dress has it’s own story to tell. The mixture of silver and black through out the collection brings a glamorous yet mysterious side to it. I want every piece of this collection!
Donatella Versace has created an effortlessly cool collection. A bit grungy yet chic. With thick VERSUS chokers and a mixture of materials from fur to leather, it’s a collection that just oozes effortlessness. With the mainly black and burgundy palette, the pop of bright pink and blue brings a refreshing element to it. There are several pieces I want in my wardrobe.
I just love the cuts through out this collection for Roland Mouret. The mixture of colours makes it refreshing for fall, but my favourite part of this collection has to be the different angled necklines combined with chokers. The collection as a whole really helps creating a vision of the shape of a woman, with it accentuating the waist, making it ultra feminine.
The Topshop Unique Collection just screams as an ode to the 90’s. With the bright pops of colours, layered looks and mixture of patterns, it makes it the perfect collection to be debuted as buy now. It’s one that doesn’t necessarily need to be worn in the winter but it still can be.
The Fall 17 collection for David Koma, is a military love! What with the diamond padded coats and dresses with a khaki, blue and black palette to give it that structured feel. Not to forget the amazing embellished detail. I love the structured look of the dresses with the cut outs.
I love every element of the Temperley London fall collection. It has a feminine romantic feel to it with the sheer fabrics, the intricate detailing of the floral prints. The silhouette of the collection runs the same throughout and this is what makes it ultra feminine.
Christopher Bailey has created a gorgeous collection filled with the perfect chunky knit jumpers and sheer dresses it makes it great collection showcasing true British heritage. The colour palette is very very neutral but this allows the collection to show off the clothes and the detail and the thought behind each piece very easily.
Goodbye London Fashion Week, it’s been fun, but now it’s time for Milan.