The city known for it’s eccentricity was filled with a sense of nudity due to the variations on the sheer trend when it came to majority of the catwalks. Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label showed that a woman should be free to be what she wants with the display of a boss, a pirate and a Victorian heroine. Antonio Berardi showed a collection full of romance and light for Spring/Sumemr 2015 while Roksanda offered a softer edge on her artsy approach. These are some of the trends come from London come Spring/Summer 2015.
Sheer Hems. Jean Pierre Braganza, Amanda Wakeley and David Koma played peek-a-boo with sheer lining on the hems of skirts and dresses.
|From L-R: Mary Katrantzou, David Koma, Issa, Bora Aksu and Barbara Casasola|
Patchwork. Many a collection bore the resemblance of different fabric patchworked together for beautiful collections at Hakaan Yildrim, Preen and Erdem.
|From L-R: Peter Pilotto, Giles, Osman, Burberry Prorsum and Topshop Unique|
Dropped Waists. Trager Delaney, Felder Felder and Erdem took the waist down a notch making the body longer in silhouette.
|From L-R: Christopher Raeburn, J.JS Lee, DAKS, Paul Smith and Topshop Unique|
Fringe. Coachella ready fringing swished around at Temperley, Paul Smith and Osman.
|From L-R: Temperley London, DAKS, KTZ, Paul Smith and Jonathan Saundenrs|
Pleats. Pleats gave movement to collections at Margaret Howell, J.JS Lee and Issa.
|From L-R: Topshop Unique, Burberry Prorsum, Barbara Casasola, Issa and J. JS Lee|
Colourful Stripes. Stripes were colourful and featured heavily at Jonathan Saunders, Giles, Topshop Unique and Thomas Tait.
|From L-R: Temperley London, Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Jasper Conran, Giles and Tom Ford|
Ruffles. Gentle little ruffles both densely populated and sparse came on hems of skirts and tops.
|From L-R: Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Jonathan Saunders, Julien Macdonald, Eudon Choi and Christopher Kane|
Flower Power. Embrace the power of a well placed petal from Marchesa, Erdem and Matthew Williamson.
|From L-R: Issa, Giles, Marchesa and Jonathan Saunders|
Metallic. Designers chose many ways to sparkle in molten metal.