THEN AND NOW. London Fashion Week Edits

As described best by Heart Studios, “If the fashion industry was a human body, London Fashion Week would definitely be the heart.”

London Fashion Week this season (AW13) was as manic as always, but as an online fashion retailer we simply couldn’t get enough! It’s always great to seek new collection trends, play spot the street style and meet fashionistas.

Take a look at our London Fashion Week trend edits as seen on catwalk shows from Boars Asku and Fyodor Golan to House of Holland.

Bora Asku channeled London’s edgy fashionistas with layers of knitwear, leather, tights, ankle boots and fierce headpieces.

Set in the opulent settings of the Savoy hotel, Fyodor Golan presented AW13 evening wear in the upmost highest fashion. Notice a few appearances of rich fabrics and enhanced volumed shapes in this collection.

Lulu Liu is a new brand to pass THEN AND NOW’s radar so we were keen to see what the designer had to offer for AW13 and never the less we were happy to witness the collection. Romance played a huge part of this collection and could be seen in the colour palettes, exquisite use of fabrics and beautiful lines.

For lady-like cuts, stunning prints and true British style, Teatum Jones presentation was a must!

A British heritage designer we could not get enough of was Pringle of Scotland.

From the muted, colour palettes to the sumptuous fabrics, this brand’s outerwear will certainly be reaching into fashionista wardrobe’s this coming autumn/ winter.

Now for the show we were all anticipating.

After recieving those outrageously cool House of Holland cassette invites covered in leopard print at our offices, the THEN AND NOW team was not only jumping for joy but also slightly dubious as what to expect from the ‘1989, acid house’ inspired collection, but in fact the fun-loving designer Henry Holland ensured that his collection’s vision of bizarre and bold prints were cut to true perfection. We loved the ‘martini glass’ trouser suits.

Which collection did you find most intriguing yet wearable?

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