London Fashion Week Spring 2016 has been going on with creative presentations. I'll begin with the first three days' impressive shows.
Julien Macdonald's is always a subtle work with sparkles. This collection is true to this with the addition of tropical prints whose inspiration comes from Bali.
My favourite show by now is Gareth Pugh's which was full of fun, colour, sparkle, edginess and money. When I say money, I mean literally for the designer adds coins to some looks. I hope you get the message in this fun collection. Dress up, go out and have some fun people!
Versus Versace is completely in the hands of Anthony Vaccarello and it is obviously in the right hands. Vaccarello understands Versace well, adds a lot from himself to the brand and has Versus Versace. This season he uses floral prints which is new for him and surprising for us.
David Koma comes with yet another modern and fresh presentation with corsets, ruffles, zippers, belts and all.
Topshop Unique reflects contemporary British youth in every aspect. The masculine side is highlightened with oversize jackets and sweaters while the feminine side is there with the soft floral chiffons and lovely minis.
If there is something Alice Temperley does the best, it is embroidery. Temperley London's Spring 2016 collection is full of embroidery, too. On the other hand, it's full of summer and life. Everything for a summer in style is in this collection.
I want to say more but I had better stop here. Other great shows of these three days include Jonathan Saunders, Emilia Wickstead, Issa, Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Mary Katrantzou. Check out all of them below.
PREEN BY THORNTON BREGAZZI
VIVIENNE WESTWOOD RED LABEL