This time London Fashion Week was beyond our imagination!!! You know why???
Well,… because at London Fashion Week the world of fashion and technology unified in a massive show. This ceremony brought a worldwide experimental institution, designer businesses, and global trend brands together. It was all about the blending of cultural brands and new talents.
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The London Fashion Week recognized varieties on different brands such as Erdem, Christopher Kane, and Roksanda Ilincic were the eternal highlights on the schedule. Burberry was the show stopper of the Fashion Week. Burberry’s new artistic director Riccardo Tisci who took over from Christopher Bailey in March boastfully displayed its new look.
Designer Victoria Beckham was celebrating the 10th anniversary of her eponymous label with a catwalk show in London. Normally, she used to show her collections in New York. And she was not the only one celebrating! Mary Katrantzou also celebrated a decade with her brand with a gorgeous spring-summer 2019 show. Young talents got the golden opportunity to watch Matty Bovan’s dystopian aesthetic and Halpern’s disco-ready designs.
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Julien MacDonald, a Welsh fashion designer introduced a club-vibe into his spring-summer 2018 presentation, with stunning stars including Alessandra Ambrosio, Haily Baldwin, Winnie Harlow and Martha Hunt walking the runway. Macdonald left little to the thoughts with his latest line, as see-through mesh featured in a number of the outfits, including a black corset-style dress with a short skirt worn by Harlow and a blue bodysuit half covered in a strip of bright blue sparkling material rocked by Ambrosio.
Anya Hindmarch selected something different for this fashion week. She created an immersive installation called chubby cloud at London’s Banqueting House. It was based on the cloud motif found her Autumn-Winter collection and took the form of a giant white bean bag.
London Fashion Week was a mixture of new beginnings and anniversaries. Last season, Richard Quinn who famously had Queen Elizabeth II in his front row, this season did quite the opposite. Actually, he invited children from schools he had gone to and have them in the front row. He is concerned about how much the children are geared by their families towards science or money-making careers, leaving on the side the expression of Art and Creativity.
Last season, Christopher Kane focused on his favorite theme sex. But for spring season he developed another theme further, turning to the animal kingdom for inspiration.
Coming from the East, Supriya Lele, a British Indian designer who staged her first standalone presentation in London this season. “I was able to work through things that I was embarrassed by,” explained Supriya Lele. “Growing up, I was always very aware that we ate a certain food or dressed in a certain way. Now, I’m proud of my heritage.”
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All pictures are courtesy of Vogue, our favorite magazine!