A third day down and already so much content covered, from the upcoming talents to long standing icons of fashion. We started at Prophetick’s catwalk show, back at Freemasons hall.
Organic materials and earthy colours, it contrasted two ideas, of the the romantic, delicate woman attired in white lace holding her parasol with the fast-paced women on the go in men’s waistcoats, shirts, and breeches.
Harper & Blake
An exotic arrangement of 8 minimalist, silk print scarves, draped over the models. The collection was inspired by the idea of predators in the wild.
Hand embroidered, futuristic fabrics, and themes that range from vintage football wear, to the voluminous sleeves akin to the sixteenth century, Danielle Romeril exhibited a collection that ties together many phases of fashion.
In a celebrity clad Tate Britain, the trendsetting Topshop Unique did not disappoint, with it’s classic and wearable designs.
House of MEA
The oriental, far- east Asian inspired designs were lavishly adorned in lines and rows of golden sequins, coins and beads, on a layer of maroon, olive and black jacquard.
One of the most highly anticipated and exclusive shows of the week, Alexander McQueen brought out their first collection in 10 years at London Fashion Week, with clothes conjuring a subdued and nocturnal theme, with the dark colouring of silken jackets.