Visually captivating and vibrant graphic prints with a cute, feminine feel.
When I first saw this collection, it immediately reminded me of 'Where The Wild Things Are'. Models are styled like woodland nymphs in a clash of function and fashion.
I'm not normally a fan of MacDonald's work; I often find his designs overbearing and gaudy, but these dresses are simple and fresh, with beautiful lace details.
A refreshing new take on black with brightly coloured floral embellishments and jewelled details.
Erdem's Autumn/Winter presentation felt very much like a natural progression of his Spring/Summer Collection; the same basic shapes were featured, but this time around the prints were reminiscent of the kaleidoscopic colours of the autumn landscape. I especially love the bird print dresses and Erdem's juxtaposition of colours here; my favourite from London.
Basso and Brooke
Yet more vibrant prints, to me this collection was evocative of Alexander McQueen's wildlife inspired Spring/Summer 2010 presentation.
This collection looks so warm! After the freezing winter we've had over here, everyone will be investing in one of Christopher Bailey's gorgeous shearling coats and a pair of sheepskin lined boots, which with their military feel are perfect for fighting your way through blizzards!
With cool hues and an ice-princess attitude, this collection was clean and contemporary. I adore the pastel boots.
Featuring the graphic prints he has made his name with, the aesthetic of this collection is kept vibrant through incorporation of a flash of tangerine and metallics.
What have been your favourite collections from London? Any that I've missed?
See you the other side of Milan!
(Image credit: style.com.)