London Fashion Week Day 4

Hey guys sorry for the delay in posting this part 4 of London Fashion Week. When I was collecting the images from the highlights page not all of the photos had been uploaded of the designers collections so I had to wait a day or so just to make sure. This was my favourite day mainly because of my three favourite designers displayed such a beautiful AW15 collection, Giles, Burberry and Christopher Kane.


Such a beautifully retro colour palette and perfect Autumn colours, Dark Purples, Burgundies and Mustards. My favourite was the little Purple Playsuit number layered on top of a Long Sleeve Mustard Top with a contrasted Burgundy Turtle Neck, what a genius idea! The hair styles were so cute and loved the Coats with the Faux Fur Collars.


I found Erdem's collection quite interesting, especially the gradient effect of the Tailored Jackets flowing into the Floral Skirt it was beautiful created and works perfectly well. I loved the Camel Coat contrasted with the heavy Floral Embroidery and still those Knee High Boots are right on trend for AW15 so best to buy them now whilst they are in the sale. 


Yes Burberry is one of the best of the Season hands down. With the awesome model Malaika Firth strutting her stuff it made this collection even more favourable, she's one of my model crushes at the moment. This collection by Burberry was very Retro and yet Tribal at the same time, they combined Tassels, Florals, Suede and Leather all perfect Textures and Prints for AW15, but still currently on trend for SS15 as well. Those Knee High Boots were to die for and I even loved the Circular Shades, Burberry your right on point!


I found Christopher Kane's collections very intriguing, it was a mixture of Retro Textures like Velvets and Shimmery Sequins in contrast with Woodland Green Androgynous pieces. I love how he still added a touch of femininity with the Ruffles going down the opening of the Blouse and along the trim of the Bag, it was such a beautiful touch. I think there is still an air of Retro/ Seventies in for AW15 as Kane displays this with the very basic Floral Shapes descending down his Dresses. What intrigued me the most was how he incorporated art into his collection especially the Human Form. I couldn't quite make it out at first I thought it was disfigured body parts but then realised it was couples attaching in some weird way, its quite beautiful to include this concept and Kane does it very subtly.


My favourite of all time, I loved this dark Victorian collection by Giles its such a dream. The bow Blouses, Victorian collars and cuffing and a beautiful painterly print, that reminds me of Alice and Wonderland, a combination of magic blurred into a misty print of an illusion. He created wonderful Mushroom Print Pieces and even Kendall Jenner modelled for him which I found her Dark looks really suited this collection well. My favourite piece has to be the Bow Pinafore with the long Sleeved Ruffle White Blouse. The detailing is impeccable and he has really combined femininity into a Dark theme for AW15 I adore this collection.

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