Wednesday, 19 February 2014

london fashion week autumn/winter 14': day 4

My favourite collections from London Fashion Week day 4: 
1. Christopher Kane: The collection had a huge range of stunning design features, mixing masculine tailoring with feminine details, Kane's collection was fresh and contemporary with a gorgeous colour palette and strong cut silhouettes.  
2. Whistles: The Whistles ready to wear collection was clean cut, sharp and contemporary. I loved the lilac shades and the turquoise hues also, the collection looked so minimal with a subtle colour palette. The cuts and shapes of the garments were flattering and simply stunning. With an understated, minimalist inspired collection the Whistles show has been on of my favourites from the week. 
3. Burberry Prorsum: Christopher Bailey was right on point with the stunning collection which received probably the most press and publicity throughout the week. With Cara, Suki Waterhouse and Edie Campbell taking to the catwalk the show was sure to be something not worth missing. If this wasn't enough, there was live performances from Paloma Faith, Rhodes and Ed Harcourt which accompanied the fierce models on the runway. Harry Styles of course made an appearance on the frow alongside Bradley Cooper, Tinie Tempah and Jamie Campbell-Bower. The collection itself was absolutely beautiful, unique and abstract the watercolour inspired prints and floaty fabrics created a calm and tranquil atmosphere in the Kensington Gardens show space. A big ten out of ten from me for this collection and I'm sure some of the features will filter down to the hughstreet. 

That's day 4 of lfw round up, let me know what you think of the collections from day 4 and thanks for reading! 



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