Catching up with LFW. Part 1

So London had a varied amount of different styles pouring out on the catwalk, lots of bold colours combined with neutral shades. There was lots of texture and inspiring silhouettes. Here are some of my favourites…

Temperley London.

I love the bold patterns and the monochrome pallet.

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Margaret Howell.

Beautifully tailored garments with rich greys ready for the autumn.

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Lela Rose

A beautiful array of retro silhouettes, bold prints and a monochrome pallet. There is definitely a theme of elegance and femininity running through this collection. I love the huge polka dots and the volume in the skirts.

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Throwback Thursday.

When it comes to looking back through time, there are plenty of Hollywood starlets that paved the way for their future successors, but to me there will only be one true beauty  and she is Sophia Loren. She is the ultimate in Italian chic. A fashion Icon, model and movie star…

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The Face of Barrie Knitwear.

Lily Collins fronts the first ever ready-to-wear campaigns for the Chanel owned company Barrie Knitwear. They specialize in manufacturing cashmere of the funniest quality and with this collection we can see a vast range of bold colour used to create an impact. The line will be initially previewed at the Colette concept store in Paris from June 9 to 14, 2014 and then will be later available at the main Parisian outlet. Karl Lagerfeld shot the images for the lookbook with lily wearing the latest range.

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