Creativity, inclusiveness and a subtle nod to rebellion - these were the looks of London Fashion Week.
The final show from Creative Director Christopher Bailey – vibrancy and colour perpetuated by 21st century inclusiveness.
An ode to the body. Delicate lace mixed with maximalist drama, tailored for the unchallenged woman.
Inimitably Erdem – featuring a level of intricacy that rivalled the museum it was shown in. A palatial presence.
Uber-bold lips and dramatic eyes reigned, with an apocalyptic mask also making an appearance.
HOUSE OF HOLLAND
Pared-back, polished, pure. Dewy and ethereal was the look at House Of Holland, with a light baby blush proving a welcome accent.
Pinstripes, pleats, patterned eccentricity. Jonathan Anderson’s beloved eye for boldness remains unchanged.
Blending velvet and texture with unabashed colour and unapologetic rebellion. Open your own door.
A silver inner crease and a nude lip made for a forward-thinking, versatile statement.
For girls of a feather. Think scrunched pleats, playful silhouettes, and a lively, entertaining manifesto.
Eyes on you.
With neon eyes accompanying fervent garments, Peter Pilotto’s models radiated passion and vibrancy.
PREEN BY THORNTON BREGAZZI
Structure and layered fantasy reigned supreme – accented delightfully by mesh and suitably lavish footwear, no less. Worlds collide.
An emphasis on ribbons and baby bows, anointed by deconstructed embroidery of all varieties. Wrap it up.