Peter Pilotto showcase some almost all white pieces. Inspired by childhood boardgames you could definitely see the influence pop up. I loved this white number ( look at those shoes!) and this fantastic coat.
Topshop Unique absolutely nailed it with this gorgeous collection that, dare I say, might be their best yet. Inspired by a girl moving from the highlands to the city it featured lots of fur paired with dreamy dresses, knee high boots, and glitzy night pieces. If there's one collection you want in your closet it's this one.
If asked for only one word to describe Simone Rocha's A/W 2015 collection it would be regal. Plush velvet, gorgeous tapestry, silk, ruffles, this collection had it all. This piece in particular with it's beading and fur drives that regal comparison home.
Erdem is known for rich fabrics and for A/W 2015 that was no exception however this collcetion was a bit more rough around the edges and not quite as polished (literally). The ends of gowns were cut and left frayed giving it a bit of edge while still elegant. See this dress for the frayed ends, but gaze upon this red lace dress and be stunned.
I was pleasantly surprised with Temperley London's more relaxed looks this season. Don't be mistaken they still oozed glam but weren't award ceremony excursive. Full of pieces that can be transitioned from day to night this whole outfit is amazing and this breezy dress with it's high slit would make the perfect piece to use in the Summer into Fall.
After seeing so many NYFW all black collections or neutral palettes it was refreshing to see so much color in LFW. Antonio Berardi's collection had so many colors and patterns that proved you don't have to put away your summer brights. This flirty off the shoulder dress is amazing, and I must have this coat!
London has been the clear winner thus far in Fashion Month, what were some of your LWF favorites? xx