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24.02.2016 - Marie Danker

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BEST OF LONDON FASHION WEEK

WE SCANNED LONDON’S CATWALKS AND CURATED THE TOP FIVE SHOWS FOR YOU. TAKE A LOOK AT THE INSPIRING SELECTION AND FIND OUT ABOUT FALL’S BEST OUTINGS FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM.

ERDEM

The label invited us to travel back to Hollywood’s 30s. With delicate and feminine fabrics he created an imaginative world in where Moralioglu narrated the story of motion pictures whilst channelling a sense of Sunset Boulevard. Click here to join the journey.

SIMONE ROCHA

The London based designer narrated the story of historic hospitals and pure femininity beginning with the light continuing with an emotional colour range and ending with suitable make-up. Sensitive tulles and chiffons came to use in relaxed silhouettes without ever losing its femininity.

MARY KATRANTZOU

It was all about a child’s first love of dressing. Cowboys met princesses for her imaginative Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Signature wild west elements such as leather detailing met precious fabrics such as tulle. Enter the runway right here.

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

It was an invitation to a dream becoming reality at Alexander McQueen. The collection featured nude and soft rose colours, alongside gentle lace and delicate knit dresses, and exquisite snug satin coats. See the whole collection here.

GARETH PUGH

His most wearable and commercialised collection yet put body conscious silhouettes and down-to-earth hues from nude to lilac to the fore. Besides the Hannibal Lecter masks that a few models were wearing he quit his entertaining accessories for Fall 2016. 

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