Once again designers at London Fashion Week delivers a massive fashion exploration. London’s classic designers such as Christopher Kane and Roksanda are back for the Spring Summer season in full force.
Similarly to last season, Christopher Kane presented us with various forms of high-shine textiles such as vinyl and latex. But this time around he went to the unseen side with a kink culture, displaying classic tees featuring graphics of girls in glamorous lingerie, excessive shiny and rainwear.
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Inspired by romanticism and historical couture, over time Erdem Moralıoğlut studied style archives of Queen Elizabeth II. This royalty fit collection, with lots of tweed, argyle cardigans and jacquard gowns is specially created to drawthe line between the well-planned and the effortless.
At Roksanda’s runway we saw poplin blouses, ruffled dresses and silky shirts in earthy tones of camel, ivory and navy. This collection offered flattering classical silhouettes with draped waists perfect for pure elegant spring dressing.
Emilia Wickstead presented a pure reflection of the African-American culture, as she pays tribute to this season’s Spanish couturier, Cristóbal Balenciaga. Inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, the designer kept her signatures of ladylike dresses such as a crape dress in pistachio green with blouson sleeves tied into a bow at the back, floral dresses with a balloon skirt, also turtlenecks and high-waisted trousers to create a dramatic look.