We truly enjoyed the rich diversity of outstanding design during London Fashion Week. Now that the music of the clicking cameras, the circus parade of fashion freaks and the refrigerator full of vitamin water has fled London, it’s time for a round up!
Without a doubt the best milliner in the world! Philip Treacy’s sensational comeback to the London catwalk was definitely one of London Fashion Week’s highlights. However, he wasn’t the only designer who’d created ingenious head sculptures that reach beyond the imagination.
Philip Treacy, Fred Butler, Sister by Sibling, Philip Treacy, Louise Gray, Bora Aksu
Designers have let their fantasy run wild on the adornment of the eye. Our favourites went from time traveler’s shades to a combination of a monocle and the longest flirtatious lash we’ve ever rested our eyes on.
Louise Gray, Erdem, Jayne Pierson, Philip Treacy
Who wouldn’t love to walk hand in hand with one of these classy bags with a quirky twist?
Roksanda Ilincic, Burberry, Fred Butler, J.W. Anderson
When lavishly decorated art-nouveau platforms paired up with the iconic symbol of contemporary streetculture, the invasion of a strident greed became almost unbearable. It was not an easy season for the shoe fetishists among us.
Matthew Williamson, Fred Butler, Roksanda Ilincic, KTZ, Meadham Kirchhoff
Vibrant, disordered, allusive, picturesque, graphic, organic: all sorts of clashing prints were fighting for our undivided attention.
House of Holland, Mary Katrantzou, Louise Gray, David Koma
Words by Juliette Sijnja
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