Sibling by Sister
The knitwear designers emphasised warmth by layering oversized scarves and hats over floral pieces. Leopard prints in dramatic red and black tones featured fur layers. Fur even featured on an entire glamorous quirky dress. The multi pastel toned jumper with 3D flowers was the stand out piece of the collection, worn by model of the moment Cara Delevigne.
Round shapes influenced Koma's collection, flared skirts were teamed with cropped biker jackets in vibrant red hues and back. Sequin pattern detailing embellished black mesh dresses and tops, which added tough glamour. Bodycon dresses in beige nude tones resembled the uniformed grooves of a vinyl record, as featured on the invites for the show.
Topshop UniqueSheen and shimmer was a major theme for the show, models draped in pretty pinks and caramel PVC donned the catwalk with cream oversized biker jackets. Large floral tapestry prints were splashed over knitwear pieces and topped off with leather mules. The aubergine shimmer jumpsuit worn by Jourdan Dunn, ended the wonderfully rich show in The Tanks, at the Tate Modern.
Pringle of Scotland
The 60's presentation kept tailoring simple with long sleek shapes. Hints of futurism in the design added a freah modern look, without straying too much away from their traditional heritage asthetic. Pale blues added slight pops of colour among the creams and bold blacks.
J. W. Anderson
Shape and form dominated the collection, with an emphasise on shoulders. Fabrics were draped and cut to create experimental silhouettes. The minimalistic theme ran throughout the simple design of the clothes, in block colours such as white, black and tomato red.
Feminine, mixed fabrics contributed to an interesting collection, consisting of looks in block colours, leather and PVC. Biker jackets were worn on shoulders with leather pieces and transparent pink PVC added a twist on the winter coat. Metallic silver sheens were teamed with white quilting and the ethereal silver dress was the most beautiful piece.
Glamourous and tough looks were presented on the catwalk, tangerine pops offset monochrome and prints were emphaisised on simple pieces. Metallic fabrics that sheened contrasted against plain block colours such as black and white.
House of Holland
Acid brights and psychedelic prints splashed on dresses and jumpers ruled the fun 60's collection. Textured leather and clashing geometric prints added variation and sunglasses finished off the funky looks.
All photos from LFW
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