Seen as I covered NYFW in my last post, I thought it made good sense to cover London Fashion Week SS17, especially seen as it's in my neck of the woods (country wise anyway!). I never attended, however, my social media accounts were flooded by constant LFW updates (yay!).
The mainstream collections I was most interested in seeing were Julien Macdonald, Roberto Cavalli and Burberry. I absolutely love Roberto Cavalli, much like Ellie Saab, and really love all the detailing in his unique designs - just think of the iconic yellow Beyonce dress in 'Hold Up'. I also wanted to check out Topshop Unique. Being a true high street girl, I am always really excited to see what Topshop Unique have to offer.
Now this SS17 collection kept creeping up all over my Instagram and Facebook feed and I loved what I was seeing. After checking the full collection out online, I just absolutely adore each piece. The collection is full of glamorous evening wear, which was showcased by some stunning models, of course!
Robert Cavalli SS17 was definitely a very different collection, compared to previous years. There were certainly some pieces that stood out to me, again mainly beautiful long-flowing evening dresses.
I've got to say - Topshop Unique was probably my favourite collection from LFW. I loved pretty much every outfit. Being highstreet, I like that the designs aren't so 'out there' and are doable for an everyday 'higher end' look. Plus I love bright colours, especially pink, so that's always a bonus.
A beautiful collection by a wonderful designer. Instantly attracted to the colours, bold patterns and high necks. A really stunning SS17 collection. Ahh if only I could afford such beautiful dresses...
I think of Sophia Webster and instantly think of all things bright with colour and pattern! So of course I was very excited about seeing her SS17 shoe collection, which was appropriately named 'Dolly Birds of Paradise' hence the models modelling from very fitting bright birdcages. I can only sum up the collection and show as a magical kaleidoscope.
Images from RobertoCavalli.com, Telegraph.co.uk, Vogue.co.uk, Wonderlandmagazine.com and Harpersbazaar.com.