LFW February 2017

-Eudon Choi
Relaxed tailoring and oversize pieces

-Ashley Williams
The 90's vibes are strong and reminds us of Chee from "Clueless".

-Paul Costelloe
The slip naked dress, the bell sleeves and the big shoulders.

-Daks London
It's tartan season.

-Teatum Jones
I highlight the lace up details on dresses or skirts.

-Fyodor Golan
Post-it's are the new trend.

-Marta Jakubowski
Monochromatic looks in vibrant orange, hot pink, red and violet.

-Bora Aksu
The new romantic designer we need to keep an eye on.

-Roberta Einer
Floral embroideries and details on winter shades such as brown, navy and black.

-Mark Fast
colors, metallics and fringes ruled this show.

-PPQ London
Just black and white.

-Joshua Kane Bespoke
The suits king.

-Fashion East

-Julien Macdonald
Bodycon, cut-outs, and everything sexy you can think of.

-Markus Lupfer
Detailed fabrics in silver and metallic colors such as green.

-J.W. Anderson
Feminine, discrete but original.

-Emilia Wickstead
One of the most elegant and sophisticated designers from LFW. I always highlight the length of her dresses and skirts, it stops just over the shoes.

-Simone Rocha
Clothes for all ages, grandmothers, mothers and daughters. She continues to use red and pink as colors.

-House of Holland
My all time favourite designer proves my choice. This season he used a lot of colorful sunglasses, pastel shades and the check print. Oh, and the cowboy boots and flare pants straight from the disco era.

-Molly Goddard
Tutus and prom ready gowns.

-Ports 1961
Knits and embroidered knits, yes.

-Ryan Lo
What I like about this show is the collaborations with the cutie Hello Kitty.

-Versus Versace
Night looks everywhere. We spot a continuity in the shapes of the dresses, sleeveless and up to the beginning of the neck.

-Anya Hindmarch
Ready to battle the cold in the most colourful coats.

-Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
He took the puffer jacket trend to the next level.

A classic british style, with the checked fabrics, color block in brown tones and blazer, of course.

-Topshop Unique
The most popular show of LFW presented some of the trends of the seasons, the 90´s anti-fashion, oversizes and the magical comeback of the dresses from the early 2000.

-Peter Pilotto
A very art inspired collection where we could appreciate different techniques and materials.

We know a lot about Mulberry´s bags, but this season, the lead role was by the checked trench coats.

-Roland Mouret
Trends? One shoulder, bell sleeves, velvet, chokers...

-David Koma
I was surprised by how detailed each look was. We could see some kind of transparency on each dress, from sheer fabrics to cut outs.

-Temperley London
Wow, seriously obsessed. This collection includes some of my favourite styles, midi- skirts and tie-bows,

-Mary Katrantzou
She describes the collection as a "fantasia" with some gowns inspired be heroines and Disney wonderland.

-Charlotte Olympia
Accessories to Murder...

-Natasha Zinko
A bunny rabbit was the inspiration behind this show. Polka dots, ruffles, one shoulder, shine pvc, and 60´s vibes are a few of the things that make the collection so unique.

-Pringle of Scotland
Under the name of "Heritage Pioneers" the brand presented a variety of knitted sweaters and dresses.

-Antonio Beradi
It´s all about structures and the volume.

Everything has flowers or resemble a collage, maybe both things. I´m seriously impressed with the camel coat contrast with the floral detail.

-Christopher Kane
Mr. Kane has us dreaming of spring, specially with the 3D floral appliques.

-Sophia Webster
Winter wonderland at the "I Scream for Ice Queens".

A cruelty free Cruella de Vil.

The iconic British brand, under the creative direction of Christopher Bailey, presented it´s "see now, buy now spring collection" that included different alternatives to their classic trench coats along knitwear and lace pieces.

I was reading on Vogue, that the bright vibrant blue, now know as "Nicoll Blue", plays tribute to the Australian designer who passsed away last October.

-Huishan Zhang
Feathers, pearls, pastels and all things that could have been worn a century ago.

Ruffles, off the shoulder and a lot of classic night look emsembles. 

The floral print "vintage" looking womens suits are, without doubt, the hightlight of the show.

-Peter Jensen
A celebration of his last 15 years of work.

Colorful and glittery. Rainbows, cartoons and a strong opinion on culture.

-Emilio de la Morena
Entire lace pieces, bell sleeves and suits create a casual "cocktail" ready collection.

-Victoria, Victoria Beckham
Contrary to her main line, this colection was pretty monochromatic and cosisted of grey coats, trousers, dresses.., With the exception of some black and white here and there, and a touch of orange.

-J JS Lee
Camel is an essential color for winter, we are so used to seeing it on coats that is hard to create an original one, but there´s no problem for J JS Lee and the scarf/coat duo.

-Marques Almeida
Canary yellow and big dots.

-Richard Malone
Blue, red and patterns.

-Xiao Li
Back to school vibes.


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