The Shopcade London Fashion Week double decker party bus was one of the most talked about and visited events of the season.
On first glance, Christopher Kane didn’t have one, over-arching theme.
Following on from last season’s Swan Lake inspired monochrome collection, Erdem’s AW14 offering was heavily centered on black, with splashes of gold and metallic blue thrown in for good measure.
After a slightly tardy start, Marios Schwab’s AW’14 collection was a masterclass in subtle and sensual sex appeal, with a slight androgynous edge – definitely worth the wait.
There’s no mistaking a Mary Katrantzou show without some print galore, and boy, did she deliver an intricate graphic knockout of a show.
Strip back to the basics at the Topshop Unique show this London Fashion Week and you’d be left with the classic preppy heritage trend that makes its reoccurrence every year.
Vivienne Westwood is synonymous with British fashion.
Modesty and less definitely does not equate to more was evident at the J.
Kicking off London Fashion Week with the first on-schedule show, the Felder Felder sisters opened with a bang.
The lights go up and the first model walks onto the runway slowly, straight-backed, slicked back light pink hair, hands loosely slung into the pockets of a long, wide-lapelled military coat.
Mouthwatering colours and minimalistic tones from Burberry for SS14 As the most anticipated show for London Fashion Week, Christopher Bailey had a lot of pressure upon him- as he does every season- to deliver an outstanding collection from Burberry for SS14; of course, he did not fail.