Wednesday, 17 September 2014

London Fashion Week SS15 Day 3 Highlights

So I've fallen a bit behind with my Fashion Week posts. Here are my favourites from day 3!

Preen by Thonrton Bregazzi


Stripes!! This makes me very happy indeed. I'm loving the nautical and tribal mix with a slight sporty vibe. A great twist on the cricket jumper.

Margaret Howell



Simple and chic, with a hint of masculinity. Perfect for those 'dress down Fridays'. Look cool with very little effort.

Richard Nicoll



Light draped fabrics and even a light up dress. It'll come as no surprise that this Spring/Summer show was sponsored by Disney's Tinkerbell!

Marios Schwab


The diagonal cuts to the hemlines add something a little different to the shift dresses and mini skirts. I really like the mix of the tough tribal prints layered with the delicate chiffon.

Matthew Williamson



We've already seen a collection inspired by the psychedelic 70's, but Matthew is showing us another side to the decade's fashion with the wide leg trousers and deep v-necks just screaming disco glamour. He's kept to his signature purple hues and bold prints.

Temperley London

Yet more tribal but this time in pretty pastels. The checked waistcoat is very Annie Hall, and we all know how cool she is!

Topshop Unique

Oh I am very much looking forward to next Spring/Summer what with all these stripes (not that my wardrobe is currently lacking in any...). These pieces have a slightly tighter fit than Preen's, but fabulous nonetheless.

Mary Katrantzou


The Queen of pattern clashing has brought us a collection of mixed textures, with chiffon, sequins, embellishments and embroidery. Inspired by Earth itself, she has balanced it's elements perfectly in the form of these beautifully decorated dress.

Pringle of Scotland


Light knits layered with shimmering tones in easy to wear shapes. Timeless pieces that can be mixed and matched for years to come.

Which were your favourites from day 3? Be sure to check out my picks from day 2 and day 1.

Please remember these are just my personal picks but I'd love to hear what you thought :)

All photos from LondonFashionWeek.co.uk

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London Fashion Week SS15 Day 3 Highlights

So I've fallen a bit behind with my Fashion Week posts. Here are my favourites from day 3!

Preen by Thonrton Bregazzi


Stripes!! This makes me very happy indeed. I'm loving the nautical and tribal mix with a slight sporty vibe. A great twist on the cricket jumper.

Margaret Howell



Simple and chic, with a hint of masculinity. Perfect for those 'dress down Fridays'. Look cool with very little effort.

Richard Nicoll



Light draped fabrics and even a light up dress. It'll come as no surprise that this Spring/Summer show was sponsored by Disney's Tinkerbell!

Marios Schwab


The diagonal cuts to the hemlines add something a little different to the shift dresses and mini skirts. I really like the mix of the tough tribal prints layered with the delicate chiffon.

Matthew Williamson



We've already seen a collection inspired by the psychedelic 70's, but Matthew is showing us another side to the decade's fashion with the wide leg trousers and deep v-necks just screaming disco glamour. He's kept to his signature purple hues and bold prints.

Temperley London

Yet more tribal but this time in pretty pastels. The checked waistcoat is very Annie Hall, and we all know how cool she is!

Topshop Unique

Oh I am very much looking forward to next Spring/Summer what with all these stripes (not that my wardrobe is currently lacking in any...). These pieces have a slightly tighter fit than Preen's, but fabulous nonetheless.

Mary Katrantzou


The Queen of pattern clashing has brought us a collection of mixed textures, with chiffon, sequins, embellishments and embroidery. Inspired by Earth itself, she has balanced it's elements perfectly in the form of these beautifully decorated dress.

Pringle of Scotland


Light knits layered with shimmering tones in easy to wear shapes. Timeless pieces that can be mixed and matched for years to come.

Which were your favourites from day 3? Be sure to check out my picks from day 2 and day 1.

Please remember these are just my personal picks but I'd love to hear what you thought :)

All photos from LondonFashionWeek.co.uk

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