My LFW Favourites

Hi guys,

London
Fashion Week has been and gone and hasn’t it been amazing? I love watching and
searching through all the amazing shows afterwards. There are some many
talented designers from the UK, I love being inspired by these innovative and creative minds.

I thought I’d share
with you some of my favourite stand out pieces and designers from the past week
and shows I have loved. 

 

All photos
are from LFW website.

 

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Bora aksu

I have
always loved this designer, they always show really inspirational textile
pieces and this collection is no exception. It was full of knitted, crocheted
and appliqued pieces in floaty whites, nautical blues and gothically beautiful
blacks. I especially love …

the cute collars on many of the pieces as well as the
boxy eighties vibe jackets with a girly twist.

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Sibling

Those
bows!  Sibling is the go-to for knitwear
lust! They always show innovative designs and aren’t afraid to be individual
and quirky. Those large bows are definitely my favourite accessory of LFW. I
might have to knit my own DIY giant bow headband! If I start now do you think
it will be big enough by next spring?!

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Matthew Williamson 

  If, like
me, you love beautiful floaty material, detailed embroidery and girly prints in
your dresses, Matthew Williamson is your man. This year he showed loads of
gorgeous tropical prints and colours with a 70’s, Grecian feel. You can always
guarantee some feathers and sequins thrown in there too.

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Temperley

Temperley moved away from floor length gowns this
year to laid-back tailoring with open neck shirts, baggy shorts and sport lux
pumps. Pastel blue and pink shades cropped up again, along with bold checks and
midi see through skirts. Good news for the scarf, as it seems to be going
through a revival, draped casually around the neck.

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Burberry Prorsum

This show had everything. Furry jackets. Big sequins.
Ombre pleats. Coloured PVC. Jourdan Dunn. What more could you ask for? I love a
mixture of textures and this show didn’t disappoint.

What has been you highlight of LFW? Who is your
favourite British designer?

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