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ALL DOLLED UP: TREND FALL 2018 LONDON

Looking back on the most popular and recurring trends of London Fashion week, the All Dolled Up Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 London took over the runway.

This new wave of frilly sleeves, flowing skirts, and girly details are nothing short of inspirational eye candy. These London designers have reintroduced an element of femininity that has not been seen for a while for Fall 2018.

Roksanda and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi both incorporated light, airy fabrics in colors that match the dreamy vibe of their collections. David Koma seamlessly combined frills with touches of lace and leather in a darker color scheme. Delpozzo was fearless with color while still keeping with the trend of bold feminine details. Getting dolled up is back in style and these designers have emphasized the delicately bold nature of fashion in an irresistible way.

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SYMBOLOGY: FASHION TREND FALL 2018 LONDON

It’s all about the logo’s this season as we dig into London Fall 2018 Fashion Week Trends we’ve noticed multiple designers incorporating textual designs into their work.

It’s all about who you know and what you wear and designers like Nicopanda, Marques Almeida, Christopher Kane, and Ports 1961 are not afraid to show it off! Nicopanda incorporates multiple different textual designs in his work, while adding in different types of plaid and stripes to add pops of vibrant colors. Marques Almeida designs focused on spreading messages about “Power women” and “Truth + Beauty” through her sophisticated designs. Christopher Kane spread positive words like “Joy” in his clothes, while using classy black and red lacing as contrast. Ports 1961 elegantly featured all different types of text in different sizes.

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SHINE TIME: TREND FALL 2018 LONDON

Observing the most eye-catching trends of London Fashion week, we bring to light the Shine Time Fashion Trend from Fall 2018 London.

Don’t keep your sparkles in the back of your closet until the festive season – the sequin revolution is here. Many designers could not turn down the opportunity to throw some shimmer into their Fall 2018 looks.

The designs of J.W. Anderson and Christopher Kane featured extraordinary sequin numbers. The lively, playful designs of Delpozo can be seen embellished with colorful sequins. We also have brands such as Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Erdem to thank for making it acceptable to wear sequins every day, not just the holiday season.

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LONDON FASHION WEEK F/W 2015 RTW DAY 1

LONDON FASHION WEEK F/W 2015 RTW DAY 1

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LONDON, UK. FEBRUARY 20, 2015 – London Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 1 is running, here we bring you the best runways for you to enjoy and check at the new trends for Fall Winter in Ready-to-Wear.

Now take a look to the images of London Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 1

J. JS LEE F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
EUDON CHOI F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW

For this solid collection, Eudon Choi evoked the cartoonishly reductionist Japanese version of brutalism that is Metabolism, referring specifically to the capsules of the Nakagin Tower in Tokyo.

BORA AKSU F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
FELDER FELDER F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW

Daniela Felder, one half of the Felder Felder sibling design team, said after this Obermaier-homage show: “Half the time she was basically naked; it was all about the liberation of the woman. Back then it was a shock, women showing their bodies, but today less so.”

DAKS F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW

Globalized 21st-century Daks is massive in Korea and designed by Filippo Scuffi. And in the context of now, he is doing an excellent job.

JEAN-PIERRE BRAGANZA F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
FYODOR GOLAN F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
MOLLY GODDARD F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
SASS & BIDE F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW

Sass & Bide show marked the debut outing for the label’s new creative director, Anthony Cuthbertson. A former consultant for Victoria Beckham and Mulberry, Cuthbertson made his second order of business in taking the Sass & Bide helm elevating the clothes, a priority keenly felt in this collection’s focus on embellishment and luxe fabrication.

FASHION EAST F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW
DURO OLOWU F/W 2015 LONDON FASHION WEEK RTW