We bring to your attention the hottest novelties from the stylists of London Fashion Week. We’re confident this spring will be truly magical with these controversial, sexy-saucy outfits on the one hand, and surprisingly flamboyant models on the other.
While almost all New York fashion shows featured yellow, London couturiers were dominated by bright citrus. Orange outfits have appeared on many shows including Barbara Casasola, Lucas Nascimento, and Marques Almeida.
Another trend that has hit both New York and London catwalks is the bold three-dimensional effect. Designers Holly Fulton, Helen Lawrence and Burberry Prarsum have worked in this area.
Sunny, playful foil-lined designs have added a distinct accent to the collections of Emilio de la Marena, Giles and Markus Hepfer.
Bold floral fabrics
All of the designers at the London shows have made tremendous strides without hesitation, focusing on floral prints. These ensembles are clearly visible in Erdem, Peter Pilotto and Marchesa.
When it comes to the use of fringe in outfits, we see that in her stylistic manner it seems to excite the whole ocean, surrounding it on two sides. This is seen in the Whistles, Giles and PPQ models.
Ranging from caramel red to deep scarlet color, the red made an amazing impression on the shows of Burberry Prarsum, Emilio de la Morena, Simone Rocha.
The use of stripes on fabrics has significantly strengthened its position at the heart of the coming season on the catwalk in New York and London. We saw them at Temperley London, Paul Smith, Preen.
Tops – bras
If you are tired of annoying tops that reveal the belly, do not look at them anymore – designers at London and New York Fashion Weeks are very fond of tops – bras. We highlighted them at Louise Alsop, Issa and Sibling.
Translucent weightless elements were present in the Amanda, Wakeley, Tom Ford and Mary Katrantzon models. These adorable outfits will pair perfectly with the aforementioned tops in a seductive ensemble.
Some designers this season, clearly succumbing to the change of mood, surprised the audience with models in rich dark colors. We highlighted this trend with Matthew Wiliamson, Chistopher Kane, and Marios Schwab.