London has always been a prominent member of the fashion industry with it’s multiple attempts at celebrating individuality and style. This Fashion week is nothing less but an even bigger celebration of haute couture extravagance. At the same time some designers were able to give some practicable options for the woman of today as well.
1) Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham nods the 70’s by swiftly amalgamating strict silhouettes with flowy hues here and there. Crisp, neat and tailored; Victoria’s collection embraced the new woman ready to change the world.
2) Richard Quinn
Richard Quinn’s signature print and pop mantra with extra volume made an appearance at LFW. It was a display of unabashedly strong silhouettes with larger than life structures- truly glorifying fearless women.
Riccardo Tisci’s collection for Burberry titled Evolution lived up to it’s name. He said ahead of the show that ‘This is a collection inspired by our past and dedicated to our future. It’s the evolution of our Burberry kingdom.’ Global sensation Kendall Jenner turned blonde for the ramp which guaged some extra attention.
Inspired by film star and activist Tina Modotti, this collection featured an artistic attempt at proportions with muted and exaggerated tones incorporated in parallel. Brimmed hats, ponchos and neck-tie scarves made striking statements.
5) Molly Godard
With Tulle largely dominating the show, weightless volume coupled with cotton details made the show a breath of fresh air against the structured silhouettes presented by other designers.
Head to toe is the right way to go! Here’s some footwear inspiration from LFW. Drool!