The collections just continue to get better and better, heres a look at what London had to offer! All photographs are sourced from Vogue.
Alexander Mcqueen – Autumn/Winter 2016 Ready To Wear – Take a look at the full collection here
So dreamy and sleek, a softer side of Mcqueen that I absolutely adore. With nude silks and organzas oozing femininity and high detailed embellishment work for a dramatic finish. Any of these looks would be so stunning for an event and I love the mixture of the the soft pinks to the dark side with hints of maribou and fur on specific pieces.
Mary Katrantzou – Autumn/Winter 2016 Ready To Wear – Take a look at the full collection here
This collection reminds me of Russian dolls! The pop of colours mixed with the fine details scream out Mary Katrantzou and I love how her collections are always fresh and really stand out. The embroidery and embellishment just excels all expectations and the modern and charming english styling and headscarves bring it all together perfectly.
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi – Autumn/Winter 2016 Ready To Wear – Take a look at the full collection here
This is the first collection I have fallen in love with from this particular designer, I love finding new artists and seeing how they create looks in completely different ways to other. The sequin pink pieces made my life. So gorgeous and unique and bringing in velvets and silks to the garments added to their character. The black edged fabric frills were so charming and I can imagine they looked incredible as they moved down the catwalk.
Ashish – Autumn/Winter 2016 Ready To Wear – Take a look at the full collection here
Wigs. The wigs were everything. I loved the simplicity of the coloured wig, lipstick and court shoes combination with every single look. A mixture of shiny latex fabrics to the heavily embellished garments worked so well together and each piece stood out equally from the next. Such a magical collection that transports you to a rainbow land.
Gareth Pugh – Autumn/Winter 2016 Ready To Wear – Take a look at the full collection here
This collection definitely screams ‘Bad bitch at the office’, ultimate girl boss goals. Nudes, leathers and structured tailoring give the looks so much taste even with restricted face masks that are very popular to accessorise Gareth Pugh’s collections. I have loved this designer ever since I started to explore high end fashion and I’ve never been disappointed with anything they’ve graced the catwalk with.