London Fashion Week-Ended


Yesterday I popped into Somerset House to have a browse around London Fashion Weekend, share a glass of bubbles with friends and catch Julien Macdonald’s Catwalk Show.

I didn’t buy anything but I do have my eye on some gorgeous trousers from Paper London, as seen here in their AW13 Look Book, although not currently available to buy. Boo ūüė¶¬†photo-73

I thought I’d take this opportunity to round-up some of my favourite designers from this year’s London Fashion Week SS14 collections…

  1. Jonathan Saunders РA collection of pretty floral colours, embroideries, and prints on sumptuous satin and other luxurious textures. photo 1-2
  2. House of Holland РAn abundance of sexy shapes, dominated by checks and floral prints in typically bold and bright colours. photo 3-3
  3. Osman РClassic, flattering styles complete with soft pastel shades, and beautiful prints. Understated but elegant. photo 2-2
  4. Mulberry –¬†Satin, leather, sheer fabrics, neutral tones, with a sprinkle of print made for a sexy, stylish collection. photo 4-2
  5. Holly Fulton –¬†Lots of lavender colour with a splash of coral, and subtle prints dominated the flowing, feminine 70s-inspired line-up.¬†photo 5

As the nights are closing in, and autumn seems to have taken its hold over summer, these collections are really making me pine for the summer.

The only silver-lining is that with winter, comes gorgeous boots, chunky knits and cosy nights in front of Strictly Come Dancing. I don’t know about you but I’m looking forward to watching Julien Macdonald trade the bling of the catwalk for the bling of the dance floor.

G x

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