Christopher Kane has never been one to shy away from unconventional inspirations for his fashion collections: this time it was about hoarders.
The show’s inspiration focused on German artist and surrealist photographer, Hans Bellmer who was known for producing life-sized female forms- doll like figures in the mid 1930s.
The last day of #LFW gave us the inspiration to take our accessories game up to the next level.
Lace might have been the top trend of the day but don’t call it old fashioned.
Every tea party needs a floral print dress, but at London Fashion Week, pretty gets punk.
We all know the saying, Go bold or go home, all too well.
A little change never hurt anyone, right?
Sometimes you need a little cleanser. When you have eye catching color palettes one season and silhouette driven collections the next followed by options that come in a wash of different textures,
From Burberry’s front row to Natalia Vodianova’s Fund Fair (and all the street style in between) this is everything you need to know about LFW Fall 2015.
The designer goes full macabre with black pouts, patent leather, Edwardian collars, and ruffled shirts a femme Edgar Allan Poe.