Highlights of London Fashion Week S/S ’14

Couldn’t make it to London Fashion Week this month? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s some of the highlights from what you missed.

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Jonathan Saunders– Saunders proved to be a crowd and critic favorite this year, taking over the catwalk with floral prints, extensive textures and lots of color. Saunders said backstage, “Minimalism is over,” and it was apparent through his Spring line that he truly believed it. His collection was the opposite of minimalism, with silk and slouch adorning every outfit.


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Erdem– This Spring/Summer collection was said by the young designer to be inspired by school uniforms. Instead of the tight florals and color that Erdem is known for, he veered in a more utilitarian direction. Black and white dresses and separates with more grandeur floral patterns were Erdem’s vision for Spring ’14, all wrapped in tulle.

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Tom Ford– While Ford said in the past that he’d never do another runway show again, he changed his mind and debuted his Spring/Summer 2014 collection on September 16 in London. While his line may be new, it held up against his tradition of what is sexy for women. Curve-hugging dresses with peekaboos took over the runway during the Ford Show, making lace “in” once again. Colored pants, safari jackets and trenches in black and white also adorned the show, proving once again that Ford’s not afraid to look sexy or take a risk.

Stay tuned for our highlights of Paris…

All images from: http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/

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