After New York Fashion Week, the fashion marathon moves to Europe (first, LONDON!) bringing fresh views on new fashion silhouettes, colors, and accessories! Go find out our top 5 collections from London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 shows.
Emilia Wickstead presented their new 2020 collection at The Royal Albert Hall for London Fashion Week. This beautiful collection was inspired by the four characters of the “Little Women” films — these can be seen from the use of costume elements such as bibs, gloves, oversized collars, and organza dresses. The neckline was pretty, clothes and dresses were created like corsets with those added darts and cinched waistline. The color palette, the cutting, and the detailing for this spring collection was such a pleasure to behold and the show ended in serious volume too. Other standout pieces were the bags, the hats, and the square-toed heels.
Karl Templer is the new artistic director of Ports 1961, so he essentially designed this super refreshing collection. It was quite elegant and polished. Love, love, loooove all the hybrid pieces — they stand out the most! The pieces in this collection had everything: color-blocked knit with different textures, patchwork tops, silk dresses with unique graphics. Wearing one piece of clothing with at least three personalities can be such a dream for you all who are indecisive (like us). You can wear a button-front coat with printed silk, swinging pleats on the side, and a fishnet underlay. We got the high-energy vibes radiating from this show and we love it.
The show we’ve always been waiting for in London! This collection took references from the bright shades of Cristo’s barrel sculpture at the Serpentine, full of striking pops of color throughout the show and all of them were so easy to wear and you can imagine moving easily in them. From neutral-toned dresses to crinkled taffeta gowns with graffiti pattern, and ruffled poplin midi number, all in soft and pretty tailoring, this spring collection was definitely one to watch.
You know what, this time, “less is more” didn’t count, because there was a lot going on in this spring collection from Simone Rocha, but it’s never too much! It was a very lovely and romantic collection. The clothes were perfectly styled too, with exquisite layering and feathery soft silkiness. Simone Rocha has sharpened on her aesthetic and this collection showed us that she really commits to her work. This is a testament to her impeccable taste. Kudos to her.
A solid spring collection from Victoria Beckham. The clothes shown in the show here were made for women who have careers yet balanced personal lives. It’s sexy, without revealing too much of the skin. The clothes looked super comfortable to be worn from 9 to 5 and to a night out after. It was very feminine, grown-up, and chic at the same time. The color palette went from beige to green, mint, and even saturated purple. The clothes had a wide appeal, from generous drapes, flowy dresses with ruffles and pleats, to elongated skirts and trouser suit! Lots and lots of good tailoring, and that’s the clothes that women would love to buy and wear.