The main trends of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week has come to an end – among the latest shows we watched are Burberry, Ashish and Christopher Kane. It is time to deal with the main trends of the next cold season, which were set by designers in the British capital of fashion.
The Victoria Beckham show was a real celebration of impeccable knitwear. Beckham introduced dresses with assemblies on an elastic band, skirts made of soft fabric, as well as sweaters with unusual cutouts, which create additional opportunities for games with multi-layer.
The Jonathan Anderson Autumn-Winter 2020 show was literally dedicated to playing with massive architectural forms. From giant A-line coats with triangular lapels to voluminous a-line dresses.
Winter Tulle Festival
Molly Goddard does not want to abandon the magnificent tulle even in the winter. This time, she advises combining a transparent fabric with dense wool: just put on your warmest sweater under a girl’s translucent sundress.
A distinctive feature of a self-respecting English brand with a rich history is its love for a classic cage. It is not surprising that at the Burberry show we noticed a variety of types of this print. Advice for the next winter is to dress in a heterogeneous cage of about one color scale from head to toe.
Coats from the world of high fashion
All the outerwear at the Erdem show is a real salvation for everyone who does not miss a single social event. Embroideries that add dramatic contrast prints, evening silhouettes – Erdem Moralioglu puts on the pageantry.
Puffy short dresses
For Richard Quinn, the source of inspiration seems to have been whipped cream, because mini dresses of the most magnificent silhouette appeared at his show. Asymmetry, decorations in the form of huge bows, embroideries and latex leggings are included.
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