Playful silhouettes and minimalist shapes at the YII show. Niro Wang provided a nice contrast to the hectic environment of LFW with natural yarns and clean linens. All the buzz from the Topshop Unique celebrity guest list and fun palm prints with tropical colour palettes at the Danielle Romeril Show. All the latest from London Fashion Week SS16.
YII’s collection tested the limits of pattern and print with this bold display. The adventurous and colourful designs aimed to convey themes of imagination, surrealism and symbolism. Featuring within the show were an array of boxy silhouettes and straight cut designs, demonstrating the collection’s modern androgyny.
Niro Wang certainly showcased linen within a contemporary context. Experimenting with knits, the collection refined the delicacy of the linen classic. Unconventionally, Niro Wang’s collection also aimed to emphasise the environmental benefits of linen yarn. These were realised through the graphics, unearthing natural themes.
The A List present at the much anticipated Topshop Unique show did not disappoint. To name a few wardrobes among the guestlist,
Suki Waterhouse sported a lengthily patterned dress which embodied autumnal tones. This she combined with a rich fur shawl and a pair of intricate white sunglasses.
Jourdan Dunn combined the contemporary with the classic, stunning crowds in an embellished leather mini-skirt and a striped turtle neck.
Bella Thorne reintroduced our love for flared jeans and prolonged the last of the summer with a cropped floral top.
Poppy Delevinge wore a simplistic cream shift dress featuring a foliage print. Finalising her outfit with an oversized faux fur jacket.
Ciara stuck to chic and minimalist, modelling a modest white shirt and stylish black skirt.
Vogue Editor, Anna Wintour, iconic for her perfectly cut bob and black block sunglasses stepped out in an elegant vintage print dress partnered with a pale yellow shawl.
Aptly named, Paradise Lost, Romeril’s SS16 collection featured palm print collaged on top of jackets with long fluted sleeves. Romeril worked with a range of materials interweaving pieces of organdie, jacquard and muslin, to give the clothes contrasting textures.