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London Style Week Autumn Winter season 2017: The Trends And Shows To Know

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Ye-ha cow ladies, London Fashion Week is dishing out the sass London Style

Week is in full speed, here’s your cheat sheet for all the most current patterns, programs and celeb sightings …

Versace Pumped Up The Volume For Versus

Displaying in Kensington Olympia, Donatella Versace turned her program into an East London-esque rave. The music was pumping, the similarity Rocco Richie and Jourdan Dunn were gathered and, provided the brand name’s connect to Zayn Malik, it was not a surprise to see Gigi Hadid open the show and her sister, Bella, close it. The Versus woman uniform? Unapologetic attire with the Versus label appearing across the necks of racy evening gown, expanded puffa coats and industrial block-heeled sandals.

Emila Wickstead’s New Dress Code The designer, well known for her eveningwear, drove her dresses into a slightly different lane by introducing denim. It might not sound ground breaking to you, however for Wickstead, who’s signature is modern twists on bygone eveningwear, revealing high-waisted dreamy denim was a change of speed. However it was the intense red backless jumpsuit that had our sirens ringing. Divine, according to.

J.W. Anderson’s Ace Add-on What J.W. Anderson does not learn about creating a sought after device simply isn’t really worth knowing. The designer’s devices have become money-makers for his own brand name and Loewe, under his creative direction. This time the hallmark shapes had added frivolity by method of fringing and ribbons. Our guidance? Get on the waiting list today.

Gareth Pugh Diversified In an underground bunker set, Pugh showed a selection of billowing black bin bag capes, officer hats and razor sharp-shouldered coats for superhero power dressing at its most menacing. ‘Construct that wall’ shouting made for a worrying soundtrack and was sliced in between Queen, Nirvana and Madonna. All that, plus diverse casting, got us considering the bigger picture.

Henry Holland Went Political Nothing is more on pattern now than making a political statement. But, offered Henry Holland’s penchant for signature motto tees, you would have anticipated a more direct declaration from the quiff master’s show. Rather, he took the high roadway all the method to mid-west America for, as he put it backstage, “a love letter to America.” Stripped t-shirt dresses with included fringing, bright and lovely shearing coats and examined mini skirts were topped off with stetson.

Eudon Choi Introduced Hungover Chic It’s hungover/still drunk styling at its finest. Take one jumper, put your arm correctly in one armhole and toss the other one over your shoulder in a no f ** ks provided fashion. That wasn’t the only twist on a style staple at Eudon Choi, the Korean designer reworked the t-shirt – be it with collected waists, off-centre buttons or uneven neck ties. The designer also presented bags that double up as jewellery, with clutches accessoried with connected bracelets. It’s safe to state Eudon Choi resembles a fine wine, his work is getting even better with age.

When You Say Honey, Ashley Williams Says G! Ashley Williams loves a bit of popular culture and you ‘d be forgiven for thinking that her tracksuit ensembles, accessorised with futuristic sunglasses, could have been influenced by the biggest rap artist to come out of “North Weezy.”

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