Here is my little favourites round-up of London Fashion Week. I managed to watch 3 or 4 shows on live stream which was great - such a shame I didn't head down to London to soak up the atmosphere though! I also loved the Peter Pilotto, Charlie May and Richard Nicoll shows but I only stuck to 5 as I didn't want to bombard you all!
I watched this show live and got very over excited when a Standard Poodle came down the catwalk (I have two poodles)! I love the colour coordinated looks shown above, especially the white. There was lots of lovely outerwear and leather skater skirts with some great cropped trousers.
Watching this show live was so exciting! Two-piece sequin outfits were finished with over-sized jackets which I love, especially the shearling and leather. Different textures such as patent leathers, fine-knits, furs, sequins and shearlings all brought the collection up-to-date with the Nineties theme.
Everyone loves a trench, especially a Burberry trench. But what I loved about this collection was the clashing animal prints. In fact, these three looks were are simply perfect. I love how the different animal prints have been monochromised and paired with clear jackets. The coat modelled by Jourdan Dunn was gorgeous with gold leopard print embellishment and I can see this style being replicated all over the high street come Autumn/Winter.
This collection was modern and relaxed. Monochrome was experimented with in all sorts of shapes and a splash of mustard yellow in slouchy trousers gave the perfect pop of colour. Fur muffs were weaved into box-shaped tunics and tops - something I liked but haven't seen in a while!
Despite the rather creepy washed-out makeup and backcombed hair, I loved this collection. The sporty touch of slouchy trousers and glittery dresses worked perfectly with floor length white pieces. Houndstooth print was also incorporated into several different looks - I especially love the spaghetti-strap jumpsuit.
Next up - Milan!
All photos sourced from Vogue.co.uk (and edited by myself).