London Fashion Week A/W17

LFW

LFW kicked off once more on Thursday 16th Feb at Somerset House, showcasing pieces from internationally established designers and newcomers in front of A-listers, celebrities, socialites and fashionistas alike.

You can view highlights from the catwalks here or carry on reading to see my top picks!

Bora Aksu LFW AW17
Bora Aksu LFW AW17

Comprising ultra feminine elements such as floral prints and lace details combined with pastel colours or hot tones and flowy materials, this ready to wear collection is made for real life porcelain dolls…

 

PPQ LFW AW17
PPQ LFW AW17

Labelled ‘It’s very black & white’, this monochrome collection showcased that minimalist designs and classic cuts are forever fashionable.

 

Alice Archer LFW AW17
Alice Archer LFW AW17

“Roses are red, violets are blue,  Alice Archer’s catwalk show was a dream come true”.

Delicate, intricate, dainty. These are the words that come to my mind when I look at this collection. Taking inspiration from British roses, flower bouquets and using sophisticated embroidery techniques, Alice Archer has wowed the fashion world once more.

Anya Hindmarch LFW AW17
Anya Hindmarch LFW AW17

Anya Hindmarch never fails to deliver playful and fun designs! I love how she plays with shapes, colours and textures to provide pieces of clothing that have a retro feel but stay in line with modern feminism whilst also being creative and unique.

Ashish LFW AW17
Ashish LFW AW17

I am always very excited to see the unveiling of Ashish’s new collection. This time, I felt immerse into a Mardi Gras Festival, it was bright, bold and beautiful!

 

 

 

 

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