Following up our crushes from New York Fashion Week, London has been, as usual, a source of creativity. Unveiling what we preferred from both young talents and well-known designers.
The Japanese brand Toga mixes lace, powerful colors, fur and strong prints next winter. We particularly liked the balance between sobriety and exuberance in this look. The oversized belt gives a twist to this chic and smooth outfit. The colors, fabrics and designs are notably chosen and made.
Huishan Zhang seduces us every season. Bohemian and feminine vibes define his Autumn/Winter 2015 collection. Bold stitches and fine lace just got along together perfectly well.
Unveiling a minimalist collection, the korean-born J. JS Lee made it hard for us to chose a look among everything she presented.
Ryan Lo takes us into a dolly world next winter. Between a fairy tale and a Japanese manga, it is not a coincidence if we preferred the plainest look.
Eudon Choi is known for his capacity to design graphic clothes with clean lines, geometrical prints and fitted shapes. The Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is literally inspired by Japanese Architecture. It still remains very feminine with flower print, fur and oversized fringed scarves.
“Keep healthy, avoid Fashion”. Xiao Li took inspiration from the 60s street fashion and explores the contradictions of fast fashion and beautifully crafted garments.
For his third collection, Wilson PK has reinforced his signature: innovative materials and strong cuts to create something bold. And he nailed it!
It is all about layering for CJ Yao‘s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection. We just couldn’t get over these oversized / inverted hems.