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If I am not already, I may well be obsessed by the end of LFW!

Basso & Brooke

A combination of eclectic prints and bold patterns, can a girl have too much?


Bicycles, bicycles!

 Textures that include, velvet, tweeds, chiffon and more. Dalmation prints, patent pants and glitter tights.

Felder Felder

Muted autumnal colours, more chiffon floaty dresses, ochre/tangerine feathers mixed with Hollywood glamour.

Emilia Wickstead

Emilia describes her collection as; An Old English 18th Century- modern. Something that is immediately referenced in her softly sexy, square cut necklines, with covered shoulders and nipped-in silhouettes.

Jean Pierre Braganza

 Layered dresses in beautiful hues of lavender and grey, asymetrical coats to keep away those winter blues, and the fire colours of burnt orange, scarlet, crimson and sunburst yellow.

Fyodor Golan

Grunge and Goth personified! Ethnic prints and slave necklaces, tassels, sequins, velvets meets Marie Antionette?

Just a taster of Day 1!

Have you a favourite designer?

What is the look are you attracted to so far?

How would you describe your style?

Credit for both posts curtesy of: London Fashion Week, Style.com, catwalking.com