British designer, Jasper Conran kicks off Day 2 of London Fashion Week with a very simple, yet flattering collection. Sleeveless monochromatic dresses give the collection a bit of a sultry feel, while the khaki trenches bring back a Vintage feel. A functional LBD may just be your key piece, within the collection. While stripes and embellished Separtes may just leave a big enough statement as the dress that Jourdan Dunn wore in the Peter Pilotto for Target commercial. The collection, overall, perfectly demonstrates Pure Simplicity with a strong sensual feel.
I always love how Preen‘s Thornton Bregazzi designs many of his collections, using many different fabrics on dresses for a very artsy, Geometric feel. That style was seen a lot throughout the collection in Beautiful pastel and neutral shades. Which I think really brings a very fresh, and almost painter like style.
Besides his many artsy, Geometric ensembles, Bregazzi also designs many shifts in pastels, or a Neon pink, and cut in a very artsy way. The collection makes me think of an art studio really coming to life, with the clothing.
Pictured: Patrycja Gardygajlo, Marie Pioversion, and Kaitlin As
I’ve always thought that some of the best shows each season come from London Fashion Week! As John Rocha designs a very Feminine and Romantic collection. The collection began with a Beautiful array of feminine floral print dresses, paired with knitted hats in the Chic cage style that many designers have been seeming to take on this season.
John Rocha then switches up the collection, from floral printed dresses, to an array of head to toe white ensembles, and then Black. Rocha still keeps the feminine vibe, using lace, sheer nylon fabrics, and of course lots of ruffles.
Pictured: Magda L., and Steffi Soede leading the finale.