Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Gareth Pugh, Temperley, Topshop Unique & Burberry: LFW Highlights

Gareth Pugh AW 2015-16 Ready-To-Wear

Wow. This was definitely one of the most talked about shows of fashion week so far. Ok, so maybe it's not even remotely wearable, but I guess that isn't really the point. I feel like I'm watching an art exhibition as opposed to a fashion show and I love that. The bold red face paint is that extra little detail that takes the show to a whole new level. I love that it's all black and very dramatically dark.

Temperley London AW 2015-16 Ready-To-Wear

Ok, so usually Temperley is a little too on the girly side for my taste, but 'Temperley does Autumn/Winter' is something I can definitely work with. It's feminine with bold florals and sticks with the designers' classic style with the delicate slip dresses and jumpsuits paired with beautiful neck scarves. However, the darker colour scheme and use of metallics is right up my street and it has made this collection one of my favourites so far. 

Topshop Unique AW 2015-16 Ready-To-Wear

Of course the Topshop Unique show was going to be amazing because, well, it's Topshop. I love the retro feel to this collection, it has really inspired me. Topshop nail their shows each season because they depict their ideal 'Topshop girl', and let's be honest every girl wants to be a Topshop girl. Enough said.

Burberry Prorsum AW 2015-16 Ready-To-Wear

I am a huge fan of Burberry, and of how Christopher Bailey has rejuvenated the brand and modernised it whilst keeping it quintessentially British. I always look forward to the Burberry shows, and this year I have not been disappointed. I am a huge fan of the ongoing 70s theme at the moment, and so I am loving anything suede or fringed so I really am appreciating the hippie vibes from this collection. Of course the coats are always a favourite with Burberry, and every single one in this show was to die for. I also loved the surprising use of leopard print, and of course those playfully colourful ponchos.

1 comment:

  1. I LOVED Gareth's Pugh's collection! So dark and powerful.