Designers in London delivered this fashion week as expected. With so many leading-edge shows, I have detailed below a few of my thoughts on the shows that stood out to me.
I am in awe of the juxtaposing heritage inspired garments with a nineties grunge flair. The layering of geometric patterns and explicit graphics plays on this contrast and is unexpectedly complimentary. Setting? A teen girls bedroom, with the entirety of the show paying tribute to the young River Phoenix. TOPSHOP UNIQUE
I look forward to Topshop Unique every season because of their accessible collections that still boast lots of character. The Cool-girl styling of creative director Kate Phelan focused on the variation of clothes you can hunt down in London Markets.
In love with these dreamy, feminine and romantic visuals. Mixings of pastels and darks, florals and mesh.
The diffusion line of Versace focuses on militant styling with monochromes and dark greens. The combinations of leathers and denim felt very contemporary as expected from Donatella's creative work.