LFW S/S '15: Day 3 (Part 1)

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Fashion Weeks are again on and this year we could define all the trends for Spring/Summer 2015 from the begining. Join us to our journey where we'll be discovering all the things that need to be checked out during the upcoming weeks. 

So, let's continue with the rest of our favorite London Fashion Week!

Preen by Thorton Bregazzi & Margaret Howell
Thorton & Bergazzi seemed to keep their signature assymetry looks with the drapes. This season though the theme was probably nautical with classic navy stripes being mixed with various beautifully designed prints. Margaret Howell's collection was every streetstyler's with androgyne style dream. Clean cut blazers and baggy trousers mixed with feminine details such as pleated skirts. We really liked the knitwear which seems to be a thing for next season as well!

Richard Nicoll & Marios Schwab

Richard Nicoll's one-size fitted collection had it all; from sport bras mixed with metallic lamé materials to transparent fabrics and checkered prints. It was in other words, a fest for all of next season's trends. Marios Schwab's show included a variety of pieces. We loved the minimal feminine version of androgyne, which was presented in the begining of the show,  with its curve-hugging drapes and the non-showing-skin transparencies. The prints which followed were really interesting and completed this collection beautifully.


Temperley London & Topshop Unique

Temperley London collection was purely british with the variation of checkered prints embelishing every garment. We saw a lot of modern geometric prints mixed with the checkered ones as well as iconic jackets down on the runway. Definetely a house worth checking! Topshop Unique reminded us a bit of Tommy Hilfigher's older days. Bright sportwear and a few dresses with interesting details. Even though it was a really good collection I'm not quite sure if it worthed all the hype.

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