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LFW fashion and beauty report AW 18

Creativity, inclusiveness and a subtle nod to rebellion – these were the looks of London Fashion Week.

Curtain call.

BURBERRY RUNWAY
The final show from Creative Director Christopher Bailey – vibrancy and colour perpetuated by 21st century inclusiveness.

CHRISTOPER KANE
An ode to the body. Delicate lace mixed with maximalist drama, tailored for the unchallenged woman.

ERDEM
Inimitably Erdem – featuring a level of intricacy that rivalled the museum it was shown in. A palatial presence.

Night moves.

GARETH PUGH
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.

J.W.ANDERSON
Pinstripes, pleats, patterned eccentricity. Jonathan Anderson’s beloved eye for boldness remains unchanged.

Demolishing barriers.

MARQUES’ALMEIDA
Blending velvet and texture with unabashed colour and unapologetic rebellion. Open your own door.

MARY KATRANTZOU
A silver inner crease and a nude lip made for a forward-thinking, versatile statement.

MOLLY GODDARD
For girls of a feather. Think scrunched pleats, playful silhouettes, and a lively, entertaining manifesto.

Eyes on you.

PETER PILOTTO
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.

SIMONE ROCHA
An emphasis on ribbons and baby bows, anointed by deconstructed embroidery of all varieties. Wrap it up.

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