So we rounded up what we think thus far are the most notable trends or shows from London Fashion Week.

Sound of Music

Music has inspired collections for decades. And those decades have a way of resurfacing over and over again. This year it would seem the punk, new wave, goth and the 90s grunge movement took the spotlight on the stage in Versus Versace, Topshop Unique, Gareth Pugh and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi.

Gareth Pugh
Versus Versace
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

The Strange and Unusual

Designers are creatives. What is one person’s vision may be another’s confusion. We always try to be supportive but in all honesty these collections mostly had us pondering WTF were you thinking? Top of our list Ryan Lo and Molly Goddard.

Ryan Lo
Molly Goddard


I love a modern clean collection. Seems fitting for Fall to convey perfect lines and moveable layers. These designers nailed it. Preen by Antonio Berardi, Eudon Choi, Chalayan, Pringle of Scotland

Preen by Antonio Berardi
Pringle of Scottland
Eudon Choi


One could say London might be a little slow on the “cowgirl” upswing in fashion with such brands as Chanel doing it oh so well  5 years back but here in the US I think we can still get behind it! The first to emerge down the catwalk rockin the fringe was  Ashley Williams then followed by House of Holland.

Ashley Williams