She is known for dressing Villanelle in the first series of Killing Eve in a killer pink tulle dress. Her collections are ethereal and romantic using light, airy tulle layers on which this designer has built her brand. This collection showed off her expert layering and inaugural pieces of denim. We wish we could wear these dresses everyday.
David Koma's collection included sequins, beading and embellishment with glamorous denim, his signature LBDs and even a sequin catsuit. Inspiration for this collection was taken from a trip to Kenya.
Michael Halpern, London's King of Sequins who loves all things sparkly and we do too! He's built his brand with his glamorous evening wear and his show was just as glamorous, held in a ballroom near Buckingham Palace with painted ceilings and two giant chandeliers on the runway. He delighted us with sequins, glamour, sparkle and liquid metallics. He said “We love glamour, we love all things loud and playing with colours that might not work so well together. But it was a nice time to take it back a little bit and play with silhouette and fabrication without having to be so bustier-focused or flare-focused.”
Victoria Beckham sent models down her runway wearing tailoring with a slight ’70s feel and flowing, waist-free draped silk ankle length dresses with deep v-necks. Victoria said “there’s a lot of focus on dresses, I like the ruffles that dance as you’re moving. There’s a lot of volume. The patterns are much more complicated, but they feel very light and flattering—you feel very little in them.” There was pops of colour throughout the collection with shades of purple, green, mint, lemon and rust.
The husband and wife duo began the show with a film paying homage to young women and the power of femininity. The collection had a '50's influence with cocoon shapes teamed with statement accessories such as combat boots, chunky chain necklaces and feather embellished mules.
Riccardo Tisci added some glamour and sparkle to his street and daywear styles by adding crystals which we loved. The collection connected with Burberry’s heritage with a nod to the Victorian roots of its founder.
Eco-Sexual was the title of the Spring collection. “It’s about people who love nature,” declared Christopher. A photograph taken of a re-wilded area of his local park; London Fields was used as a print along with a starry cosmic print. The leather pieces in his collection were also a favourite look of ours.
The Erdem collection was inspired by Tina Modotti, the Italian born silent movie star. Blouses had exaggerated yoke shapes and embroidery was strongly featured along with Victorian influences. Erdem Moralioglu said 'It was the waistless-ness, tiers, the combination of Victorian dress and traditional dress that interested me.”