London Fashion Week 2019 included street style looks, statement accessories and clashing prints and many more things

London Fashion Week might appear like a  gathering of industry insiders who concern themselves only with fashion and style. Showcasing at London Fashion Week raises the profile of brands. After New York Fashion Week 2019 it is the second stop on the fashion month tour and surely there was too much to see and admire. London Fashion Week 2019 has undoubtedly offered unlimited dressing inspirations for all fashion lovers. This year collection has included the most happening street style looks, sassy statement accessories and bang on clashing prints which you would love to carry in upcoming summer/spring season. Check out some of the best highlights and best collections presented by designers on the ramp.

 

Erdem

Internationally renowned for his experimental use of textiles, vibrant prints and detailed craftsmanship. ERDEM is known as synonymous with a beautiful yet powerful image of modern femininity. The clothes ticked all the boxes which will satisfy his loyal customers. The collection included trouser suits, decorative coats, amazing evening dresses, puffed sleeves, velvet brocades, fragile boudoir satin and lace.

 

Simone Rocha

Simone debuted at London Fashion Week in September 2010. Her collections have gained her some of the most prestigious stockists in the world. Rocha’s feminine vision has a unique selection for the textures, the colours, the poufy shapes, the pearls and sweetness. Wallpaper brocade and rich floral tapestries were cut into frock-coats and cheongsam blouses or long shorts. Silk taffeta balloon skirts and giant puffy sleeves extended from tiered, tweaked, scalloped dresses.

 

Roland Mouret 

French designer Mouret’s theme this season is liberation and female independence. Roland Mouret’s Spring show notes cited specific inspirational references: a film from 1974 called Emmanuelle, yonic symbolism. That yonic symbolism, which is often seen in work by the artist Judy Chicago, was manifested as brooches, necklaces, and badges. This was a collection with one keyword: dynamism.

 

Victoria Beckham 

Victoria Beckham brought her fashion brand home to London Fashion Week for the first time to mark the 10-year anniversary of the label that solidified the former Spice Girl’s status as a fashion icon. The most significant theme captured in her garments was the fusion of masculinity and femininity. The chic range was packed with wearable separates which included lace trim tops, dresses over trousers and free-flowing floral dresses.

 

Alexa Chung

The Girl has gone from the front row to take a bow. Alexa Chung has built a strong base of fans who take note of her every style move. Sexier elements like a sequined dress slit high up the thigh or a black silk slipdress with rhinestone straps gave quirky look to the collection.

These were some, “not to miss” highlights from London Fashion Week. Hope you have got a hold on all the latest trend that you will need to follow next season.

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