Saturday 23 February 2013

London Fashion Week A/W highlights

London Fashion Week officially came to a close this week. Whenever next season is showcased it can feel a little odd as usually the current weather conditions rarely match that of next season (we're meant to be entering into S/S for gawd's sake!) But as London has been so bitterly cold lately, seeing the A/W collections has been really inspirational about how to dress during the big freeze. These shows were my favourites:

Julien Macdonald

Julien's collection rendered me speechless. All the glitz satisfied my inner magpie. The mixture of textures kept his creations fresh, and the cut of his dresses... incredible - he really understands the female form and how to dress it.

Burberry Prosum

Burberry for me is always coat heaven. The sand coloured coat with the stud detailing to the lower skirt? I NEED IN MY LIFE. Fingers crossed, the likes of Topshop and Zara will come up with an affordable dupe!

Felder Felder

Their ox blood colour palette? SWOON. Never before would I have considered wet look trousers in this colour but now it's all I'm thinking about. Although admittedly I would pair this with black / white / grey rather than going out head-to-toe in it. Also coveting their knitwear, beautifully patterned dresses and long cape-like pieces full of movement.


My favourite pieces from the collection were adorned with gold embellishment. They had such an elegance on the catwalk and the matching cover up was the ultimate trophy jacket. LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

Temperley London

Temperley can do no wrong in my eyes. Time and time again their collections are lady like, elegant and timeless. I am never disappointed. I can but dream of owning these four dresses:

Which was your favourite collection?

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