London Fashion Week comes to a close today and it has been a pretty great one. I thoroughly enjoyed the Wolf & Badger designer showcase on Saturday at The Savoy seeing a whole host of new designers, the reveal of Mulberry x Cara Delevigne and of course seeing some fabulous new designs for AW14.
Yesterday saw some of my favourite designers Tom Ford, Ashish and Burberry have some fantastic shows and today the Fashion East was my favourite alongside a supermarket themed Anya Hindmarch.
This morning the Anya Hindmarch show surprised fashion fans with a homage to you guessed it, supermarkets and cereal packets, yes I wasn’t quiteexpecting that either. The bags featured Corn Flakes, Frosties Tony the Tiger, Digestive Biscuits and even some Daz logos. Teamed with happy faces scarves, it was a fun eclectic colour blocked collection.
Tom Ford’s collection had a very sombre black theme, with chic and fitted designs, combined with touches of leopard print, red velvet and purple fur. For me the stand out sequin football jersey dress emblazoned with 61 on it , Tom’s year of birth, was my favourite piece ( I need myself one of these if your out there Tom!).
Fashion East- Ashley Williams
The Fashion East show was awesome and I loved both Helen Lawrence and Louise Alsop’s collections but Ashley Williams was most definitely my favourite. I have loved her designs for ages and she was definitely the one I was most looking forward to from the trio, so I have focused primarily on her designs in this round-up. Her collection featured a selection of bright and snakeskin-esque prints, horse and cat motifs on dresses and jumpers, the jeans with cat designs on the knees were totally ‘purrfect’ in my eyes and again bright colours and metallics remained at the forefront. Just look at those cowboy boots and bonnets!
I am destined to love every Ashish collection as it’s covered in sequins so what’s not to love really? This season saw a purple/pink Barbie princess dress, light blues , silver and purples and a rainbow sequinned ‘Love Will Win’ tee. His sequin dungarees were dazzling my eyes which were teamed with light up platform trainers which is part of the Topshop x Ashish collaboration, how exciting!
Burberry ‘s show was a sea of watercolour prints with fabrics looking very light and moved and swayed with the models as they walked. The colour palette was an eclectic mix but with brown and blue being the prominent colour of choice. The key accessory was the skinny belt, which was seen on nearly every piece.
Check out my LFW roundup from the first three days and don’t forget tomorrow I’m taking part in the Fiorelli and House of Fraser #LFWHang Google Hangout, so be sure to join in.The style chat starts at 2pm and I hope to see you there, you can attend by clicking here.
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