And that is a wrap for London Fashion Week as well. The British capital is known for its creativity and uniqueness; something you can rarely see. We can count a lot of British designers known for their particular style and extraordinary talent, such as Vivienne Westwood, John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Simone Rocha, Stella McCartney, Christopher Bailey and many more.
London Fashion Week followed in the footsteps of New York Fashion Week as well with designers holding private shows with a restricted audience, virtual shows, lookbooks and creating mini clips.
Fashion Week in the British capital started with Burberry, where Ricardo Tisci presented a collection in a mixture between the designer’s signature tailoring and streetwear, without leaving behind Burberry’s true identity and its iconic beige colour.
Victoria Beckham also presented her collection that was all about comfortable workwear pieces, identified with what Victoria Beckham would wear in a day.
While most designers seemed to be looking forward to better understand and adapt to the “new normal”, that was not the case of Simone Rocha. The designer brought again the past on the virtual catwalk, by presenting a collection inspired by the Victorian area.
Have a look at some of our favourite pieces presented during London Fashion Week.
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All photos are courtesy of the respective brands