Charlie May: This was a beautiful show with an obvious sportswear influence which was perfectly set in the oxo tower in Southwark.

Min Wu: After some initial confusion with the showing of this presentation I was wowed by this collection which focused around unique silhouettes, interesting materials and bright blues and oranges.

Serap Pollard: Unfortunately this was the show I least got on with at LFW. Although some of the pieces were good some garments were unflattering on the models and just looked half finished. Much of the fabric also reminded me of wrapping paper.

Bernard Chandran: Back at Freemason's hall the show was a charming fusion of feminine silhouettes with a strong influence from men's tailoring.

Busardi: Although crowded in the presentation it was worth it to see such a collection that was so elegant . It showed a variety of evening gowns and dresses that managed to blend gothic romanticism with glamour flawlessly.

Which is your favourite?


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1 comment:

  1. Lovely photos! That embroidery on lace is amazing!

    Katie <3