We have you covered with all the action from London Fashion Week, from Charlotte Olympia’s Gatsby-esque presentation, to House of Holland’s 10th anniversary celebrations.
BURBERRY MOVES TO MAKERS HOUSE
Revealing it’s highly anticipated runway-to-retail approach, Burberry swapped out the Serpentine Gallery for the stunning Makers House setting, an old warehouse and disused courtyard the brand giant transformed into a twinkling oasis with decadent decorations.
CHRISTOPHER KANE MADE JELLY SHOES COOL AGAIN
If anyone can make embellished jelly shoes cool, it’s Christopher Kane. While the models adorned feminine prints and luxurious furs, their footwear told a different story- elegance met refined simplicity for a nod to the 40s era of make-do.
CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA PUT ON A FRUITY DISPLAY
Exuding Hollywood glitz and Gatsby-esque celebration, Charlotte Olympia’s catwalk saw a cabaret-style backdrop, pin curls and classic red rouge make way for fruit-adorned models.
ASHISH CELEBRATED CULTURE
Transforming Brewer Street car park into an Indian wedding setting, Ashish adorned the venue with a sea of fairy lights to showcase a kaleidoscopic collection that celebrated colour and tradition meeting the modern world.
GIGI AND ZAYN WERE THE IT COUPLE
Turning up in London to attend the Versus Versace show, couple of the moment Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik looked loved up as they walked hand-in-hand. The model channelled sporting accents with contrast stripes and luxe joggers while the former One Direction member kept it sleek with an all-black ensemble.
HOUSE OF HOLLAND CELEBRATED THEIR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
A certified picnic party, House of Holland’s 10th anniversary collection featured nostalgic ginghams and heavy embroidery with formal florals adding the ultimate girly touch. In true HoH tradition, the designer even created a number of limited edition slogan tees to reflect his first collection.
RYAN LO CLOWNED AROUND
19th century highwayman meets cirque du soleil, Ryan Lo’s latest collection proved doll-like beauty is far from dead. Think drawn-on eyebrows, exaggerated lashes and heavy blue shadow for a clown-like aesthetic with timeless charm.
AND THE TREND TO TAKE AWAY? SLOGAN TEES
Each fashion week has it’s stand-out trend and London proved it was all about the slogan tee. From Ashish’s Love and Devotion tees, to House of Holland’s Free to Roam message and with celebs on the FROW sporting their favourite slogans, it’s time send your own sartorial text message.
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