Fashion Week Upon Thames
It all comes down to London when we speak about street style and uniqueness. Everyone knows London has that special je ne sais quoi that the world adores. Even if their fashion landscapes are usually held under the typical grey skies of London, the street style looks are not only cover in creativity, they are also superb in terms of fashion. Not only are the street-looks uncommonly cool, once again every single designer attending London Fashion Week managed to set a very high bar for Milan who is usually next on the list of fashion weeks around the world.
This time with a dash of romance and femininity that gave the whole event a very dramatic look that reminded us of what the Fashion Weeks started like in Paris during the early 50s, having a catwalk practically dominated by beautiful dresses. Now that we have New York, Madrid, Melbourne, and Copenhagen behind, it’s finally time to see the streets of London shine with pride and bring some of the best fashion creations to the public eye.
As for the highlights of this year’s event, Erdem presented a dark-glamorous collection covered in a set of fancy floral patterns and polka dots.
The Serbian born Roksanda went for the cotton candy palette. Light colours and voluminous creations.
Roland Mouret insists on keeping the slip dress alive and combined them with a set of dark over and undergarments that would leave any pattern lover without words.
Temperley London brought back the waist belt that we all fell for during the 90s and with it a bunch of floaty skirts and fun patterns.
Last but not least Burberry invaded the British catwalk honouring the LGTB community implementing the colours into their designs and catwalk and having Cara Delevingne wear one of their creations.