London Fashion week has come to an end for the year. I had the pleasure of attending the Rixo show myself, representing Terry de Havilland, as we provided the shoes for the presentation. Their show was amazing with a 10/10 feel good factor. Being transported back to the 60s/70s Woodstock festival with Rixo and their diverse presentation. It was great attending a presentation rather than a catwalk as you could spend as long as you needed to take in their new collection as well as enjoying watching the diverse range of models dance and sing to the throwback music. Aperol spritz was flowing all night into the after party which had a range of live music and DJ. The night was great.
However, I wish I could of attended all shows but instead I have resorted to stalking Instagram, Pinterest, Vogue and Business of fashion to see the other shows and here are some of my favourite looks from London Fashion Week.
Rixo ‘Back to the Garden’
Rixo had to be in my top 5. Being transported back to the 60s and 70s was a fabulous night. I had to have one of their dresses after the show! I chose the twiggy dress.
Burberry kills it every year, however I am loving their style of jackets this season. Especially the tonal shades. Also I love seeing how Riccardo Tisci reinvents the classic Burberry trench – I need one!
Victoria Beckham’s show was a mixture of tonal and vibrant shades as well as straight and relaxed silhouettes. Personally, I liked this mixture because it created the unexpected. You were never sure of what was next.
I would love to attend a Molly Goddard show one day! The juxtaposition between punk and feminine styling is so unique to the Molly Goddard brand.
Oscar de la Renta
Watching the SS20 Oscar de la Renta show created the urge to book a luxury holiday, just so I could picture myself in this collection. This collection transports you back to summer instantly with the usual sexy Oscar de la Renta vibe. Silhouettes were both feminine to masculine however remained elegant throughout the day to evening wear.
*all images from Business of Fashion