London Fashion Week is already over, and I can’t say I was impressed by most presentations. I think that LFW is my least favorite of all. I did find some favorites though, and here’s what I noticed about the whole LFW and what I liked about these particular collections. Most collections were way over-the-top, with too much layering, prints, and presentations that, in my opinion, took away from the designs. The ones I liked, were more minimal, and used beautiful colors (some of the times pastels too), mesh or lace. My hands down favorites were David Koma, Eudon Choi, Jasper Conran, and Xiao Li. You can see all the shows here. Let us know which one was your favorite designer for this season.
As I have told you before I find the streetstyle fashion outside the shows way more interesting that the actual shows! A week ago I picked my favorite NYFW streetstyles and I have to say that the outfits there were a little more interesting than the LFW ones! Despite this fact I found some fashion statement looks to show you and inspire you!
Milan Fashion Week is slowly coming to an end, but before we cover that one, it’s London Fashion Week’s turn. Many designers showed their new collections on London Fashion Week, but only few managed to impress us. Among them, my personal favorites: Daks, Felder Felder, Issa, Peter Pilotto, Temperley London, and last but not least Topshop Unique. Their collections really managed to catch my attention, because of their clean lines and interesting designs! The rest of the collections featured many prints and materials which made them look non-wearable, but LFW is known for its alternative vibes and extravagant designer pieces. Which one was your favorite collection?
London welcomed fashion week with rain but it might have felt sorry for the fashionistas (it was too freezing in New York) so it gave them sun! I sincerely have to say that london streetstyle is something unique, something you can’t find anywhere in the world! It might be the air who makes girls wear colors and add pop touches to their outfits! So let’s see my favorite looks!
Fashion month is still on, this time in London. The smaller fashion week than the four of them is over, leaving us with less favorite looks as the shows weren’t many. Mary Katrantzou’s collection with the exceptional and unique prints used along with the exquisite collection of Christopher Kane based in simple, yet elegant silhouettes stood out for the fashion crowd. Also, the same impact had Burberry Prorsum’s collection featuring the brand’s iconic coats. These are the best looks of the designers! You can also see their entire collections by clicking on the links below the photos. Come back soon to learn about fashion week news, because fashion month is still not over!!
Tuesday the 16th was the last day of the London Fashion Week, and we’re moving on to Milan Fashion Week starting our reports from tomorrow on. There weren’t many shows on the last day, but there were many interesting collections to watch. I really enjoyed the straight lines and colorful designs of Isa Arfen, the honey-bee inspired collection of H by Hakaan Yildirim, the pastel colors and girly lines of Ryan Lo, and of course the fun art on Anya Hindmarch’s bags, whose show featured the new trend of holding more than one bags at a time. Of course there were some lines that were definitely not my taste, such as Fashion East, Marques’ Almeida and Meadham Kirchhoff. But let’s see them all so you can find your favorites.
So we reached the 4th day of LFW during which we saw many geometrical shapes, beautiful gowns, romantic ribbons and intense volumes! I personally loved the following collections: Mother of Pearl, Issa, Peter Pilloto and Burberry Prosrum! The one and only collection I almost hated, was by Thomas Tait, cause the biggest part of this collection was like circus costumes… and which woman would like to look like a clown? So let’s see all the collections analytically!
We might be covering day 3 of the London Fashion Week here, but today is actually the 5th – and last day – of the LFW, and we can’t wait to show you everything before we move on to MFW. Day 3 kind of had it all: Lots of white, lots of colors and prints, pastels, and even the occasional darker ones. My favorites of the day were the creations of David Coma, from whom I’d gladly wear the whole collection, and then, I really enjoyed seeing the pastel creations of Richard Nicoll, Pringle of Scotland and Temperley London. I also liked Topshop Unique’s collection, Jonathan Saunders’ and Marios Schwab’s a lot. And even though Mary Katrantzou doesn’t usually have something I’ll personally wear, as a fellow Greek, I do admire her work. So, as you can see I pretty much liked (almost) everything from the 3rd day. Take a look yourself, to see which are your favorites.