We feasted our eyes on the first flashes of fashion for AW14 this weekend & we got really excited about the trends coming through…
Combining classical elements of art and British heritage with modern fabrics, we fell head over heels for this fusion of decoration and sumptuousness with a relaxed attitude.
Here we line up some of LFW highlights to inspire your look for the seasons ahead…
Things were kept luxe and imbued with sex appeal at Zeynep Kartal.
Matthew Williamson wowed us with this exaggerated feather dress exploding the flapper trend of the 20’s and making it feel new.
Delicate embroidery embraced whimsical flowers at Temperley London.
Mary Katrantzou shunned her trademark digital prints for futuristic texture play.
Michael van der Ham continued the texture theme, juxtaposing structured lace against floaty silk chiffon.
Jasper Conran’s nude dress glistened like rippling water, softly embellished with wet look sequins and matching applique floral shapes.
Julien Macdonald fused super feminine decoration with a bold attitude creating a striking collection. We couldn’t take our eyes of this fuschia and raspberry semi sheer dress.
Mother Of Pearl’s structured shapes ticked the box for modern dressing, the neckline and fabric of this style being glamorous without being unappraochable.
It wouldn’t be London Fashion Week without watching the Burberry Prorsum show, or for that matter seeing the bright eyed model of the moment Cara Delevigne. We particularly fancied this watercolour ensemble, meshing tangled patterns and the tones of the British countryside in all it’s Autumnal glory.