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 😦 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 – A collection of pretty floral colours, embroideries, and prints on sumptuous satin and other luxurious textures. photo 1-2
  2. House of Holland – An abundance of sexy shapes, dominated by checks and floral prints in typically bold and bright colours. photo 3-3
  3. Osman – Classic, 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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