Mustard. Emilia Wickstead, Maria Grachvogel and Jonathan Saunders took inspiration from the creamy tones of mustard when it came to fall color palettes.
|From L-R: Maria Grachvogel, Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders, Emilia Wickstead and L'Wren Scott|
Fuschia. The intense tones of fuschia spiced up fall collections from Tom Ford, Duro Olowu and Japer Conran.
|From L-R: Moschino Cheap and Chic, Jasper Conran, Tom Ford and Duro Olowu|
Teal. Made a splash on the fall runways of Julien McDonald, Whistles and Paskal.
|From L-R: Julien McDonald, Emilia Wickstead, Whistles, L'Wren Scott and Paskal|
Black. An essential for fall, black acted as a backdrop for silhouettes and designs at PPQ, KTZ and Mary Katrantzou.
|From L-R: From L-R: Bernard Chandran, Sass and Bide, PPQ, John Rocha and Felder Felder|
Yellow. Yellow maintained its sunny disposition on the runway of London.
|From L-R: Julien McDonald, Bernard Chandran, Japer Conran, Sass and Bide and PPQ|
Red. It was red hot on the catwalks of Julien McDonald, Mathew Williamson, Clements Ribeiro and House of Holland.
|From L-R: Eudon Choi, Alice Palmer, Bernard Chandran and Margaret Howell|
Maroon. Maroon made a resounding entrance as one of the colour trends to look out for come fall.
|From L-R: Felder Felder, Bella Suavage, Sister by Sibling, Clements Ribeiro and Preen|
Burnt Orange. Marques Almeida, Michael Van Der Ham and Richard Nicoll brought burnt orange onto the fall runways of London.
|From L-R: Marques Almeida, Zeynep Tosun, Richard Nicoll, Bernard Chandran and Fyodor Golan|