Thursday, 22 September 2016

London fashion week: collection favourites


My favourites from the London collections...

Textile Candy, fashion blog, runway collections, catwalk collections, Spring/Summer 2017, SS17, runway favourites, Burberry Prorsum, London fashion week
I love how this heritage brand has completely remade itself. Until fairly recently it was only seen in the outerwear of the upper classes and as rip off market stall caps, but it has completely turned itself around to reach it's current 'could-not-be-more-on-trend' status. One of the main reasons this collection is one of my favourites is probably because there are SO many prints.

Textile Candy, fashion blog, runway collections, catwalk collections, Spring/Summer 2017, SS17, runway favourites, Erdem, London fashion week
I honestly haven't been a huge fan of Erdem's recent collections but this one I LOVED! It actually might be my favourite collection from London fashion week. The relaxed styling, chintz prints, lace up/tie details and tight oriental inspired colour palette made this collection bang on trend.

Textile Candy, fashion blog, runway collections, catwalk collections, Spring/Summer 2017, SS17, runway favourites, Peter Pilotto, London fashion week
Acid brights, gingham checks and painterly florals are all popular trends in the SS17 collections and the Peter Pilotto collection combined them all perfectly.

Textile Candy, fashion blog, runway collections, catwalk collections, Spring/Summer 2017, SS17, runway favourites, Sharon Wauchob, London fashion week
It was mainly the styling of the Sharon Wauchob collection that peaked my interest, I am a huge fan of the long, relaxed pyjama shirt and skirt combination and think this could work perfectly if combined with the 'Dandy robes' prints in the Autumn/Winter 2017-18 PV print trend report(http://textilecandy.blogspot.de/2016/09/premiere-vision-autumnwinter-2017-18.html)

Textile Candy, fashion blog, runway collections, catwalk collections, Spring/Summer 2017, SS17, runway favourites, Temperley, London fashion week
I love how bright the colour palette of this collection is, also really excited about using acid bright embroidery on sheer fabric.

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