Phoebe English AW17: Functional and at no sacrifice of style
Among many circles attending fashion shows you may not be the only one to exclaim that whilst the clothes worn by models storming the catwalk are visually stunning, they are too outrageous for the daily humdrums of your own life. It is, perhaps, an ingrained belief that luxury fashion that is appealing to the eye may come at a loss of practicality.
Christopher Rӕburn AW17: Sustainable style
The collection deconstructed bomb disposal outfits, camouflage jackets and blankets to reconstruct an array of outerwear. This included hoodies, parka coats, rain macs and notably, a quirky chameleon leather look bag that represented the concept of revealing and concealing, and slung on the shoulders of some of the models.
Michiko Koshino AW17: Simple yet effective
With models perching on speakers, frozen into statuesque poses and backed by a structured sound system that echoed eerie sounds through the space, Michiko Koshino certainly created a presentation that was memorable in its unearthly ambience at London Fashion Week.
Daniel W Fletcher AW17: panelled perfection
Influenced by the political downfalls that 2016 was renowned for, Daniel W Fletcher turned to the fashion of the 70s, inspired by the socio-political upheaval of the era.
John Lobb AW17: Footwear in its element
With the intention to highlight the importance of the River Nene to their shoemaking, John Lobb AW17 proposed a collection that amalgamated function and style for London Fashion Week Mens.