Todd Lynn’s collection shows off a key London Fashion Week trend which was present in New York Fashion Week as well: bright whites.
This suspended gold lame suit is topped off by a crisp white sleevless oxford. Even when not worn head to toe, designers injected whites into their collections.
This look from Danielle Scutt features shimmery silver metallic’s which were popular on the runways at London Fashion Week.
Silvers and golds were interpreted in intricate pieces like this silver foil printed Danielle Scutt skirt.
The exuberant Louise gray number shows off a blend fun materials from yellow silk blends to sheer printed layers beneath.
This Meedham Kerchoff looks flaunts the fierce fabrics used during London Fashion Week. We love the mixed materials in this knit tunic.
Besides fabrication the Daniell Scutt ensemble, here in a different color, underscores another trend: strong shapes such as bold over-sized shoulders and sleek skirts.
This monochrome Todd Lynn look underscores the strong shapes which prevailed at London Fashion Week. Note also the fab mix of materials that give this black on black look dimension.
Peter Pilotto led the charge with designers who served up big, bold graphics which included bold, over-sized florals like this.
Eye-catching fabrics like this look from Meedham Kerchoff underscores the power of prints on display at London Fashion Week.
Heritage prints like this pretty plaid where part of the grand graphics that were present at London Fashion Week. As this model shows wearing a bold print all over can lead to chic results.