Fashion Week

London Fashion Week SS 2017 – Part 2

Dear Reader,

London Fashion Week has ended and the designers have done wonderful jobs with all the looks! I just want to point out that not all of my favorite designers could be posted as I wasn’t able to find pictures of the looks being showcased on the runway. The rest of the posts for fashion week will only have a couple photo’s with my personal review and a full collection review below the pictures.

The website which I looked to find the designers, their designs, and watched their fashion show live was called London Fashion Week.

– Carla Pontes –

Pontes created some beautiful designs with different shades of blue and different styles that are incorporated throughout the collection. The flare and hem line of most of the looks are free and loose which gives more definition to the design.

– Emilia Wickstead –

I love these designs by Wickstead which showcase many elements to her designs. This entire collection is pastel coloured and has engraved designs into each of the fabrics.

– Gyunel –

Gyunel seems to put both art and fashion together by creating pieces with such intricate designs. The materials seem to have painted designs which look amazing and adds some more pattern to the look.

– Margaret Howell –

In Howell’s designs bold metallic colours and flared pleated skirts are evident. The looks that she showcases seems to give off the attitude of a woman empowering and leading. The third outfit above especially, with the rolled up sleeves, the collar unbuttoned and the length of the midi skirt. These looks are definitely some of my favorites this season.

– Paul Costelloe –

This collection by Costelloe incorporates nude colours of white, off-white and tan. This collection of designs is absolutely beautiful showcasing both formal and in-formal wear. The ruffles, collars and coat like designs look amazing together.

Dear Reader, Milan Fashion Week is next!


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