Recently we have got the chance to see London Fashion Week that has plenty of famous designers with amazing clothing.
It was a pleasure for our eyes to see Her Majesty The Queen attending London Fashion Week and also made a surprise, as she had the first ever visit this month’s London Fashion Week. She attended the London Fashion Week in order to present inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award of British Design to emerging fashion designer Richard Quinn. There is a concept behind this award and it was that it will be awarded to the one designer that is talented in terms of bringing colourful and trendy stuff for womenswear, menswear, or accessories. The designer Richard Quinn’s colourful and appealing collection along with floral prints on puffer and biker jackets amazed Queen Elizabeth II.
Sadie Williams at London Fashion Week, BFC Show Space, Feb 2018
The designer Sadie Williams is a rising star for the show she was born in London and as a designer, she quickly developed a reputation for developing textile driven and innovative fashion. She usually works on strong prints by adding her signature use of metallic in her new sporty collection. Sadie Williams is a successful designer as she launched her own label that is now available internationally.
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A.V. Robertson presents her first solo show at historic St Andrews in London.
A.V Robertson is the designer, who debuted for the first time in London Fashion Week so for the first time, Amie Victoria Robertson presented her first solo show at London Fashion Week. The collection was Amie was much inspired by traditional plaids and giving 1980’s feel with pairings of clashing fabrics. Her clothing consists of metallic Lame panels, plaid, satin, sequins, and silk organza.
Nasheli Juliana’s collection is inspired by Missouri activist nuns at Oxford Fashion Studio
Nasheli Juliana showcased her collection in Oxford Fashion Studio along with some emerging designer at Devonshire Square featured a standout collection. She comes up with striking pieces by Missouri activists nuns and advocates a sustainable fashion. Nasheli brought the concept of black and white colours that made with organic cotton twill.
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Underage Studio on show at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, London Fashion Week, Feb 2018
Underage studio showcased their clothing in London Fashion Week that is a British brand established back in 2017 in London. The studio owns by Ying Shen, who showed a new collection with a lot going on both the concepts and materials used in his collection. The designer focused on today’s Youth cultural movements and made a strong association with it in his collection that is edgy collection featured spray painted Doc Marten style boots, metallics and bold screen prints of skulls.
Naya Rea collaborates with artist Uldus Bakhtiozina at Pushkin House, London Fashion Week, Feb 2018
The designer named Siberian featured to present fall/winter collection of 2018 with brightly coloured ruffled dresses along with loose silhouettes, tailored trousers and trench coats in yellow and black check.
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Brand new label by Jo Sykes on show at the London Fashion Week showrooms, Feb 2018
Brand new label by Jo Sykes is one of the new designers that are bound to do well, as the checked overcoats and a zebra patterned coat. The brand is working for at least 15 years experience and is designing for brands such as Giorgio, Armani, Nicole Farhi and many more.
Rocky Star’s embroidered dresses on the runway at Fashion Scout, Feb 2018
Rocky star is a designer belong to Indian heritage and his designs are inspired by Bollywood movies. In this fashion week, he brought amazing designs with intricate prints and satin and brocades in a colour palette of soft nudes.
Faux fur that looks and feels like the real thing in Hilary Macmillan’s designs, London Fashion Week. Faux fur is a re-known name that belongs to a Canadian designer. They presented their designs that made using faux fur that was immensely attractive.
Toronto accessories brand Monoxide, London Fashion Week, Feb 2018
Monoxide is a Toronto based designer that uses brass plated rhodium along with semi-precious stones in her handcrafted jewellery in order to create stylish items in short run collections.