LFW came and went with a bang this season. If the show has left you wanting more, read on for a dose of some fashion highlights.
Christopher Bailey, President and Chief Creative Officer of Burberry presented his final collection at LFW. Bailey is expected to resign next month and leave the brand in 2019.
Burberry’s final collection was a tribute to the LGBT community and his show featured elaborate, multi-coloured coats and fur jackets.
The rest of his collection featured clothing styles that Bailey introduced over the 17 years that he has led the iconic brand. The collection also featured the patchwork design made famous by Burberry.
Temperley’s collection started off as a world of contrasts with military colours and stylish army jackets paired with flamboyant dresses. Things got glitzier later on in the show, with sequinned and sparkly dresses.
With Temperley’s sales doubling in recent times, it’s expected this collection will also be flying off the racks.
Wakeley’s latest collection featured a lot of maroon, gold, and brown, giving a nod to the autumn season this collection was created for. Her feminine clothing was paired with chunky gold jewellery and black hats and boots.
This latest A/W collection saw the designer continuing her trend of evening dresses and statement accessories.
Though still 10 years young in the industry, Anderson certainly knows what’s he’s doing, often praised for his unique stamp on traditional designs which has seen him collaborate with Versace and Topshop.
His latest collection features a sporty and tribal look with plenty of baggy and camouflage-coloured clothing on show.
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