London Fashion Week kicked off at the end of last week and it has been an absolute delight to keep up with it. Our Editor in Chief Melanie Morris has been racing from show to show and one of our favourite stylists, Corinna Gaffey has been running our Insta live from the shows.
Once again, the big story for next summer is print and no one should be afraid to mix and match patterns with gusto. Mind your colour coordination and go for it.
From Paul Smith’s gorgeous colour-blocked clothes to Bora Aksu’s monochrome textures, we’ve been treated to some beautiful work that we would love to see in our closets come the new year.
Edeline Lee’s Vintage Colour Palette
Edeline Lee’s Spring/Summer collection really does have summer written all over it. Think 70s shapes but with ultra contemporary graphics.
Temperley London’s Romanticism
Temperley London presented a beautiful Cuban-inspired collection. The Cuban influence can be felt and seen in the patterned frocks as well as in highly detailed white dresses. Flowy, free, fresh and summery.
Holly Fulton’s 70s Vibe
The 70s influence was very high on Fulton’s radar, too – from wide-leg flared jeans all the way to swirly motifs in a rainbow of colours.
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