Favorite Trends At London Fashion Week
Fashion insiders got a glimpse of spring style trends as the London Fashion Week was going on. A few trends were liked and loved more than others. Here are some trends that are embraced by the designers in the London Fashion Week.
FLAT IS IN
Comfort now is no more antonym of style. London designers refused the high heels together. Sensible flat shoes were seen at the London Fashion Weeks shows. They included rubber boots, sneakers, sandals etc. Burberry Prorsum preferred lace-up flat sandals in leather with lots of colors. Christopher Raeburn models were seen wearing somewhat same sandals which had Velcro straps. Christopher Kane, who brought the plastic slippers in trend in this summer, added black and burgundy leather to the list. Temperley, at the same time launched sneaker line of her own.
It looks like that recent fashion trend is obsessed with sportswear. It might be surprising as none of the apparels were official sportswear! Preen’s look was no doubt inspired from cricket, while supermodel Cara Delevingne looked bold in a hemmed tennis dress with frills at Topshop Unique. The latter brand also displayed cycling jerseys, shorts as well as bowling bags.
Hunter Original, who is the rubber Wellington boot maker, shown Boy Scout-style shirts along with shorts, rain jackets with hooded parkas, many in cool hues of lavender and yellow on the runway.
TULLE-LOOK AFTER SPORTY LOOK
After sporty type most loved look was delicate princess like look. Few dresses had more romantic look than those at Burberry. They were made up of soft tulle and had ribbon with bows tied around the waist. Huge bows were seen worn on head like that of Minnie Mouse. Other favorites were pleated skirts, hems with frills as well as ruffles.
THE DENIM RELAPSE
If you ask Burberry, the jeans jackets are coming back this spring.
There were luxury brand’s expensive trench coats at the grand finale, but Burberry displayed a dark-wash, denim jacket with slim-cut at its show! The brand displayed huge number of cropped jackets in different shades and with detailing, which were paired with delicate cocktail dresses.