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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

London Fashion Week: Spring 2015

Another week, another city, that´s how the fashion industry works. And in this case, London, worked with evrything but classic patterns. From transparences, to flowers and punk evrything is next on my summary. Hope you like it! xxx
You can see more about the fashion shows on style.com and come back soon to see the best from London Fashion Week Street Style.

McQ Alexander McQueen
Metallic and the twisted modern rock style that characterised them.(12/9)


Sibling
Inspired by the 80´s New York city lifestyle with, I´ll say it, biggest head bows ever. (13/9)


Hunter Original
Rain during the summer is hard to avoid but not for the HO team.(13/9)


House of Holland
OMG! This is my favourite show from the whole week, I mean look at those prints, so many flowers! It´s like being in the 70´s...I want those jeans now!(13/9)



Marchesa
A good collection to celebrate the brands 10th anniversary.(13/9)


Mulberry
Who says you need a direction when you have a great creative team?(14/9)


Temperley London
Who´s ready to hit the streets of London?(14/9)


Ashley Williams
Impressed to say that this is her first solo presentation, but for now I´ll just skip the part where she explains where her inspiration came from...(14/9)


Topshop Unique
A collection for fearless girls that want to make revolution in the streets and party's.(14/9)


Stella McCartney
A runway show is old fashioned for Stella, but instead launched her "green carpet collection" in a studio look a like setting. The designer used left-over fabric from her studio, sustainably recycled materials and a new organic cady developed by herself. I don´t now what can I  call original from now onwards. (14/9)




Sophia Webster
Always so crazy, I´ll never understand what´s in her mind.(14/9)


Vivienne Westwood Red Label
Vivienne is Britains rebel, look at that make up. (14/9)



Burberry Prosum
The classic trench coats with spring flower prints, tulle and denim jackets (we are fine up to now), but wait! Sneakers too? I´ll see the trend going on... (15/9)


Peter Piloto
Peter and his colourful abstract pattern. (15/9)


Giles
Some 60´s inspo and some futuristic vibes were easily spotted. (15/9)


Tom Ford
Britains loved boy presented a collection aimed to style a modern rock star. Ofcourse I love it!(15/9)


Simone Rocha
Ireland´s biggest designer surprised us with lot´s of transparences with flower appliques. (16/9)


Ashish
Great work on the denim such as face prints, paillettes, fringes and many more.(16/9)


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