London Fashion week wrapped up yesterday so I’m a little more on the ball with this one than I was with New York
The huge hit of the week seems to have been Burberry Prorsum, that ultra-British label who showed a glorious rainbow of colours, right to a finale of metallic trench coats that have ‘must-have-instant-classic’ written all over them. In direct contrast, Mulberry was muted. For the most part though, the collection screamed bright and wonderful English summer. All colour, glorious colour.
Burberry Prorsum. Image courtesy of Style.com.
Mulberry. Image courtesy of Style.com.
If you want to go one place to check out London Fashion Week I say go to Vogue UK – or any of the other major fashion mag UK editions like Harpers Bazaar. But do so soon – Milan Fashion week is already underway and it might be almost overnight that Matthew Williamson is replaced by Dolce & Gabbana.
Matthew Williamson. Image courtesy of Style.com
My absolute favourite was Temperley London.
Temperley London. Images courtesy of Style.com
For some fashion wrap ups, you can check out The Guardian, full photo shoots of the 103 catwalk shows on Vogue or there is of course the official London Fashion Week website.
Street style on just about any fashion website in the world, but a few here at either Jak and Jil or Tommy Ton's tumblr, Harpers or Stylist UK.
Erdem. Image courtesy of Style.com.
Christopher Kane. Image courtesy of Style.com.
Giles Deacon. Image courtesy of Style.com.
Pringle of Scotland. Image courtesy of Style.com.
Issa London. Image courtesy of Vogue UK.
Mary Katranzou. Image courtesy of Vogue UK.
Topshop Unique. Image courtesy of Style.com
Vivienne Westwood Red Label. Image courtesy of Style.com.