London Fashion Week drew to a close this week, and while it's not as famous or influential as New York and Paris fashion weeks, there are some important designers who showed their fall collections. Here are some of our highlights from the week:
House of Holland - The clothes were fun and young, but what stuck with us were the bright, patterned tights and sporty knee socks.
Matthew Williamson - We loved Matthew Williamson's fall collection. Bright colors is what the designer does best, and the swirling prints in this collection are amazing.
- So many drool-worthy coats! That's all we have to say about this collection, take a look for yourself:
Vivienne Westwood Red Label - There was so much we liked from this show! First off, the cape, which is totally going to be the "it" outerwear next fall. Second, the pink and orange plaids are the perfect mix of youthfulness and professionalism. And in the fourth look we picked, we love the way the top sticks out a little below the skirt (and the cool belt).
Twenty8Twelve - Sienna Miller's line is by no means "high fashion" (the price points are too low and clothes are less intricate), but she and her sister still decided to do a presentation during LFW. While it seems odd to view this collection during the same event as Burberry Prorsum and Christopher Kane, we still like a good deal of the fall pieces. They are all very wearable. Here are some of our favorite looks: