Trance-like expressions, pale faces, Victorian dresses in Erdem's presentation made us think that it was more than fashionable clothes. He explained backstage that it was all about prairie madness. In 1862, Abraham Lincoln passed the Homestead Act, which gave single women and widows the right to their own plots of land in the West, as long as they stayed there for five years. They started to suffer from agoraphobia and all kinds of psychological illnesses. Erdem's show focused on this madness and it was madly beautiful.
Classic trenchcoats with militaristic details, vintage-inspired eveningwear with lace, silk and chiffon, and perfect embroidery. Christopher Bailey did a great job again with Burberry Prorsum.
Christopher Kane is definitely an artist. I just wonder what is inside that head that comes out in such colourful, fun, odd but beautiful way. He did it again with Spring 2016 collection and you know what, it was beautiful again.
Eva Herzigova, Karen Elson, Irina Shayk, Lily Donaldson, Poppy Delevingne, Georgia May Jagger, Stella Maxwell, Dree Hemingway, Bella Hadid and Erin O'Connor. All were on runway for Giles show. Collection was as showy as the models and Giles Deacon with the Renaissance theme. Baroque embroideries and patterns took the audience to the Elizabethan times.
Alright! We came to the end of London Fashion Week. Below are the best looks from the last two days. See you in Milan Fashion Week!