LFWSS16 Runway Recap

London’s calling!

Last night concluded the fashionable festivities that are London Fashion week.

Here’s a look at some of my favourite collections from the shows this past week:

Giles– A woman with attitude is clearly the “it” girl for Giles next season. Soft florals met bold, architectural designs that challenged the way these delicate fabrics are typically perceived.

Simone Rocha– A pastel colour palette and femine asthetic received an edgy revamp in Rocha’s latest looks. Bold applique and cargo-esque pockets created a “no-nonsense” look for the woman that looks good and takes charge, all at the same time.

TOPSHOP UNIQUE– Borrowed from the boys was the name of the game for this collection. Oversized coats and menswear inspired blazers turned dresses created a trendy, undone look. Additions such as fur coats and petite florals added a girly touch, contrasting the boyish looks and creating a very youthful, experimental vibe.

Zoe Jordan– Classic silhouettes received modern touches with mesh inserts, edgy black and white prints and menswear inspired detailing in this collection. Shoes from your boyfriends closet are paired with midi length, boxy dresses and classic sweaters and skirts, while braided belts and daring slits added a bit of an edge to the looks.

Next stop? Milano!

Will you be watching?


*photos courtesy of vogue.com


2 thoughts on “LFWSS16 Runway Recap

  1. Hi! Just thought I’s stop by and say I really enjoyed going through your post! Very cool, interesting, and stylish too!! Keep it up!
    Come check out my blog if you get the time, would love to know what you think!
    Keep blogging,
    Ps. Really love Giles’ collection!

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