Saturday, 26 September 2015

LFW SS16 Roundup

It's been a bittersweet week you could say. Don't get me wrong, my excitement over all the new SS16 collections has been at a whole new level, but what really sucks is that this week has been London Fashion Week, meaning the shows have been happening here in London, meaning I'm in a reachable distance to them all. It's like knowing there's a slice of chocolate cake in the fridge but being on an intense diet... Good comparison? Maybe not, haha. 

So other the the fact that this entire week has been filled with me contemplating breaking into a fashion show, I did manage to find a way to 'sort of' be there by following lots and lots of bloggers on Instagram as well as on snapchat - almost like a like feed!

(get ready for yet another picture heavy post)

Julien MacDonald 

The first show that I immediately fell in love with was the Julien MacDonald SS16 collection. The show represented all things glitz and glam as well as with some pastel tones.














David Koma

The David Koma show had a mix of simple nudes and some detailing like small embellishments, zips and belts. Love.















Topshop

The Topshop show is always an interesting one to see (online through photos that is, haha) I find that there is always a very bold and 'out there' vibe. In this SS16 collection I've noticed a lot of strong colours and prints. 












Temperley London

From the photos I can see that the Temperley London show had a lot of 'flowy' pieces which I can already imagine being worn on a summer getaway. The pieces were also very patterned and detailed. 









Markus Lupfer

I love both the way the Markus Lupfer SS16 collection was showcased and the pieces. I especially love the dark more gothic pieces that have floral details making them just that bit more girly and spring ready.









Peter Pilotto

Frills. Frills. And more frills. The Peter Pilotto show was very vibrant and different and definitely caught my attention. 











Burberry 

I always get so excited to see the Burberry show - not only for the amazing fashion yet also for the always amazing set up - this show didn't disappoint. I noticed a lot of lace and both pastel colours and some dark tones as well. 

















(okay this was from the mens collection but I'm kind of obsessed with it anyway !!)

Erdem

The Erdem pieces were again very 'flowy' and patterned, perfect for spring.










What was your favourite show from London Fashion Week? Next up is Milan Fashion Week. 

Kisses,
Maija Lily Xx 








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