Some highlights from Day 4 of London Fashion Week
Another season and another gorgeous collection by Erdem. This collection was feminine, elegant and beautiful to look at. I loved the mix of fabrics used throughout the who of the collection and the contrast it created. The shapes of the pieces had a soft silhouette to them, with many cinching slightly in at the waist. Even when the pieces were still slightly more over sized they really suited the look and feel of the collection
Christopher Kane is a designer of heard of many times before but never really taken the chance to sit down and look at his work. I really loved the mix between the casual and the smarter pieces. This mix allowed a nice balance to the collection and offered a lot of different options. Many of the pieces worked well that they were both suitable for the Fall season as well as being ready to wear. There were a mix of more structured pieces as well as tailoring going on which all really offered, again creating a variety of options. The colour palette was kept very neutral with not brights on show. Grey was mainly used in a variety of shades to created depth and contrast among the outfits.
Where to begin with Burberry Prorsum? A stunning collection as always was shown by Burberry. With the opening outfit it was sure fire going to be an amazing collection. The main style running through this collection, and one Burberry have shown in their trailers running up to this catwalk show, were the hand painted details to the clothing. I loved the layering of the scarfs over the outfits where they were then cinched in at the waist with a thin belt. The bags were a beautiful shape and design and many also featured this hand painted design that Burberry have gone with this year. The colours used to create the outfits were gorgeous looked incredible for fall. As the collection progressed the colours turned more deeper and more autumnal. Season on Season Burberry pulls it out the back and this Autumn/Winter collection was certainly no exception.
My favourite collecton of the day has to be have been Burberry. Everything about it was just stunning and there wasn't a boring look. The details were on point, as were the clothes. I really think that Burberry gets better year on year and never stops producing beautiful collections.
I hope you enjoyed this post today so please do let me know your thoughts! Make sure to check out the coverage of the shows as some and steaming live and check out Style.com and the London Fashion Week website to keep up to date with everything that's going on.