LONDON FASHION WEEK FW 2014 – REVIEW

This London Fashion Week has just ended and we cannot believe how many exciting presentations and catwalks we’ve witnessed. We were lucky enough to be present at some of the best shows of these very creative few days and as always, we present to you a review of the most interesting trends we have seen.

Some trends – such as: Asymmetric, Oversize and the unusual mix of Print&Patterns – looked familiar (we’ve seen them during New York Fashion Week), as for the others…just read below!

DEEP BLUE – David Koma, Roksandra Ilincic and Vivienne Westwood Red Label played with the primary colour inserting black details, chapeau!

FOLK –  Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Burberry Prorsum and Paul Smith create Ranch-Chic collections this season mixing colourful scarves and Western-looking patterns for modern Cow-Girls.

GEOMETRY – Squares, triangles and lines on the catwalks! Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders and Christopher Kane took inspiration from a trigonometry book and they nailed it!

DEEP RED – lots of total red looks on the runways, we loved especially the very feminine and flirty look from Simone Rocha. The belly is a must-show this season and the designer does it with extreme grace.

WALLPAPER – vintage wallpapers have never looked this cool! Erdem, Taka Naka and Mary Katranzou reinterpret the wall decor bringing flowers and silk into the picture.