Classy textile and edgy style at London Fashion Week 2018
“Fashion Shows are what act as an inspiration to you, offered four times a year by our designers.” Fashion Shows are an inspiration even for our celebrities. After Lakme Fashion Week 2018 the ramp got more exciting on New York Fashion Week 2018 and now it is showcasing some of the best street style fashion on the ramp of London Fashion Week 2018. This year fashion week was all about classy textiles and edgy styles which will rule summer wardrobes for new fashion terms. Some of the best newcomer designers showcased their collection and made everyone believe that fashion has no end and it is all about new looks and creativity. Just have a look at the designer collection on the ramp.
London born and based designer A Sai Ta launched his label ASAI with Fashion East in February 2017. Asai, the emerging talent translating his South London upbringing and Asian heritage into remarkable refinement. His designs are proudly marked with the insignia of ‘anti-perfectionism’.
The unstoppable march of the power woman just hit this year London Fashion Week with her amazing designs. Classic is what it’s called. Her collection is a pure combination of practical, chic, and feminine looks.
New York-based, Matty Bovan, was holding his first solo show at London Fashion Week in February 2018. All his outfits were giving new life on the runway with colourful sequins and neon patterns.
He transformed the foils from his MA collection into ballgowns emblazoned with botanical prints. His signature florals into trapeze-shaped coats and thigh-high boots. A perfect depict for the spring season. Richard Quinn with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
Designer Supriya Lele showcased her third and final collection at the ramp. With garments cut from Madras cloth, a fabric originating from the south of India, Lele, much like her Fashion East counterpart Ta, is exploring her heritage through her work.
The event was graced by the presence of highness, the queen of London. The Queen was seated next to the formidable US Vogue Editor Anna Wintour, and British Fashion Council CEO Caroline Rush. Indeed all these designers have made these regular fabrics transformed into some of the most mesmerizing outfits.
Read more about New York Fashion Week 2018.