London Fashion Week F’17
BY DASHA DANEKYANTS AND MIA CROONA
As you could see in our previous blog about the New York Fashion Week and about the different trends is also keeping up in London’s Fashion Week. We all were very excited about the ruffles the fringes and the long lengths as well as the asymmetrical style and the different fabrics. You don’t need to wait anymore because here they are once again!
Especially in Mulberry’s collection. Everything is long, the dresses and the coats. We also see the one earring here in Mulberry’s collection, as well as the texture is here.
TopShop Unique is showing major trends with the asymmetrical clothes and the long lengths. What stood out the most with this show was the simple yet chic fabrics.
In Burberrys collection we see a lot of the see through materials as well as the texture. And it’s like we are walking in a winter wonderland with Burberry as the models strutted down the runway in mostly white fabrics.
In Eudon choi’s collection, we see the long lengths and a lot of layers.
Throwback to the 70’s! Marques’almeida took us back in time with his retro inspired look. this season, he utilized the asymmetrical trend as well as layering different textured patterns.
Christopher Kane tastefully embellished his fabrics which made quite a mesmerizing show!
Belts are back, baby! And you couldn’t miss that trend watching Roksanda’s collection make its way down the runway.
Fringe, jewels and ruffles (oh my)! Huishan Zhang brought it all to his fall/winter 2017 collection.
Talk about talent in craftsmanship! Peter Pilotto utilized his knowledge in fabrics to create a mesmerizing new line for fall/winter 2017.
Definitely one of the most unique looks was Preen by thornton bergazzi the smudged makeup paired perfectly with the asymmetrical lengths and accessories.
Layers on Layers on Layers! Anya Hindmarch and House of Holland killed it with mix matching, different textured fabrics.
We saw this trend throughout all the four cities and I’m sure we’ll see it trend universally.
Chat soon! xoxo