So there were some shows that weren’t on the schedule for London Fashion Week. So here’s what you might have missed…
The highlight of this punky, fresh collection was the skeleton print jumpsuit!
This particular designer made grey the coollest colour of London Fashion Week.
Palmer’s collection was hot pink, purple, green and blue, and totally psychedelic.
From wild party to cute and ditsy, it was all soft pastels and puffed sleeves for Yeashin SS’14.
I smell a trend – Yifang Wan showed off more jade green goodies amongst a palette of black, grey a white.
The monochrome collection from Pinghe offered white faces for its show, and made a sharp statement for London Fashion Week.
The first of Vogue’s Ones to Watch, Williams proffered eggshell blue and dove grey bulky silhouettes.
The second One to Watch, Lawrence was the opposite to Williams, with bolder colours and a strong spidery graphic print embellishing skirts and sweatshirts.
I loved Su’s Autumn/Winter take on a Spring/Summer collection – think long sleeves, layers and square cuts. Su is the third and final of Vogue’s Ones to Watch.
There were splashes of lime and coral at Basharatyan V for London Fashion Week, making this monochromatic collection much fruitier.
It might have only had its first show back in February, but the Whistles second offering didn’t let down. On the 32nd floor of Heron Tower, it was a utilitarian blend of safari, exotic colour and femininity.
It was dark greens and blinding whites and tribal prints from the University’s best and brightest.
The collection was one of innocence – white, metallic silvers and blues – and ultra wearable.
One of my favourite off-schedule shows – lime, green, blue and grey (I sense a colour palette for SS’14 emerging) – with checkered prints making it fierce and confident.
No more catwalks from Alexander McQueen’s quirkier younger sibling – but this show still had the theatrical about it. The Elms Lester Painting Rooms on Flitcroft Street played host to a grungy, party-atmosphere collection that’s been whipped into adulthood.