Since London Fashion Week began last Friday we have been able to enjoy the best of British fashion. In their catwalks there are not so many known designers as in New York or Paris, but they dare with the most surprising, risky and striking trends of all. It is one of the most independent Fashion Weeks and, let's face it, the English style has a lot to do with it.
The London Fashion Week closes its doors of this new edition where firms have presented their Fall-Winter 2019/2020 collections. The return of the best version of Christopher Kane (we missed it), the protests of Vivienne Westwood or the "new" view of Riccardo Tisci in Burberry become the best hits this week.
From Brexit to climate change, Vivienne Westwood uses the catwalk again to talk about politics at London Fashion Week 2019
Vivienne Westwood never rejects the opportunity to make a statement of intent with her designs. And the presentation on catwalk of the designer's fall / winter 2018-2019 collection could not be less. After leaving the catwalks for two consecutive seasons and replacing them with digital presentations, it was clear that his return was going to be big.
That Victoria Beckham has become one of the designers with more impact is not news, but that it continues to be overcome with each collection occupies two articles in the specialized press around the world. His parade has opened with the color red as the main protagonist and it has been this tone that has sublimely accompanied many other ranges of the color palette.
Burberry is always one of the most anticipated fashion shows of London Fashion Week and more when we feel like watching the proposals of Riccardo Tisci. The arrival of the designer to the creative direction of the firm has brought many changes, and for Tempestad, his second collection, goes further by mixing the British legacy with his own vision of street-style.
We jumped from New York Fashion Week to London, where Alexa Chung has been the most anticipated parade of the day. The it girl never disappoints, because she is so bright in her role as a designer as an influencer. This is because she creates collections that seem taken from her very closet, that she would put on without hesitation and that make all her followers sigh.
We are increasingly impatient, when buying, if we want something we want it now. So Burberry has applied for this parade the look and buy philosophy instantly, and the entire collection of men and women was available for purchase online and in a physical store almost anywhere in the world.
After saying goodbye to the NYFW and leaving the streets of the Big Apple parked to one side, it is time to appear on English lands and test the London asphalt. Fashion Week in the English capital is at its best and these shows show us that. Variety of styles and trends with a common denominator: extol women at the top.
On November 3, 1954, the Duchess of Marlborough invited Christian Dior to the Blenheim Palace where he lived to present his last autumn-winter collection to English society. A parade organized in favor of the British Red Cross that brought together 600 people who took a seat in the huge halls of the palace scented with the essence of roses.
London Fashion Week is always one of the most interesting. The most groundbreaking, modern and different proposals take place in the city of London. Monday was a day full of good parades, firms and designers such as Peter Pilotto, Erdem, Christopher Kane and Temperley London presented their new collections for the fall / winter 2016-2017.
Burberry is always one of the most anticipated fashion shows of London Fashion Week, it is also the first time that the brand presents its runway collection under the new 'Burberry' label that unifies the previous Prorsum, London and Brit lines. New collection is loaded with prints in all its versions.
If we talk about Topshop comes to mind the signature 'low-cost' (although low has little) British dearest of the moment. But if we add the surname Unique, the result is totally different: a luxury firm within reach of very few with everyday clothes but of the best quality.
In the corseted world of fashion, women over 50 years old do not fit. In fashion shows its presence is minimal, if not void. And brands and clothing stores do not usually pay too much attention, nor do they create "real" clothes for them (we are not all Demi Moore). Therefore, 50+ Fashion Week seems to me a very interesting and worthy proposal.
Summary of the day at the LFW: Gareth Pugh, J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha and House of Holland. Who gives more?
London is the center of all eyes since since this weekend its Fashion Week is being disputed. With the most interesting and beloved firms, the first day left us with a good taste: Simone Rocha, J.W. Anderson, Gareth Pugh and House of Holland (among others) showed their new proposals for the next Fall-Winter 2016/2017 season.
We have the best summary of London Spring-Summer Fashion Week 2019 and it is full of wonderful looks
London Fashion Week has come to an end. The 68th edition was the first free of animal skins and has been marked by the Positive Fashion initiative launched by the British Fashion Council. A few days of parades of renowned firms such as Burberry, Victoria Beckham or our dearest Delpozo with its most romantic delicacy.
Riccardo Tisci has opened today as creative director of the legendary British fashion firm Burberry and has not disappointed. Exploring the roots of the brand, Tisci has managed to expand his creativity in it and has shown a collection based on sexuality. As it was not surprising, Kendall Jenner has appeared on the catwalk being this his first parade of the season.
Erdem celebrates diversity by dressing two men with his Spring Summer 2019 women's collection (yes, how Palomo Spain always does)
Since the recent collaboration of the Turkish-Canadian designer with H&M, Erdem is on everyone's lips. Now, with his presentation within London Fashion Week, he demonstrates a masterful interpretation of the Belle Époque choosing as a starting point the story of two men arrested in London in 1870 for wearing women's clothes.
New York Fashion Week dazzles us, with its level guests, its epic designers and the Big Apple as the stage. But while we had all eyes on it, London Fashion Week has left a totally inspiring street style. Especially if we talk about plaid printing, a British print that the English know how to exploit to the fullest.
Delpozo's repetitive delicacy continues to excite us, although we hope that change will leave us speechless again
London Fashion Week today had another of the most special moments for the Spanish, Delpozo paraded in the British capital to continue breaking borders and raising the flag of being one of the most important national signatures of the moment. Since Josep Font presented his first collection for Delpozo at El Capricho Park in Madrid, he showed that his talent and exquisiteness were well above the rest.
Victoria Beckham sweeps the parade celebrating her tenth anniversary in the fashion world. Tab all the looks!
In London it dawned today sooner than ever, especially for fashion fans and Victoria Beckham. The parade celebrating the tenth anniversary of the former Spice Girl's career was one of the most anticipated of the London Fashion Week, after many years parading in New York. Picadilly Circus has become the best stage for everyone who wanted to follow the show.
This Saturday is a party in the British capital, where two of the most rock and fun English firms have paraded at London Fashion Week. It is the turn of Alexa Chung and his naive and feminine style; which is followed by a festival of color and fun made in House of Holland. Which of the two you stay in this Spring / Summer 2019 edition of #LFW?