Our Favorites : London Fashion Week A/W’16

From animal prints to polka dots, from monochrome to color blocking, there is nothing missing on the runway for the perfect A/W’16 wardrobe. With London Fashion Week almost coming to the end, here are a few collections that took our breath away!

Gareth Pugh brings back power dressing with bangs on London Fashion Week runway! With broad shoulders, sharp silhouettes, subtle and electric hues, Gareth Pugh has definitely done the complete justice to the history of power dressing!

Gareth Pugh|©Vogue UK
Gareth Pugh|©Vogue UK

Cutting the number of Burberry shows from four to two per year, this collection had both men’s and women’s wear. From beautiful military green to various prints and patterns, this collection sums up all you are going to need for the next season!

Burberry|©Vogue UK
Burberry|©Vogue UK

Laser cuts, polo necks, big belts and solid strong hues, the collection put together a sporty yet sophisticated aesthetic. David Koma must have taken inspiration from Japanese artists and hallucinogenic art, which was represented strongly throughout the collection.

David Koma|©Vogue UK
David Koma|©Vogue UK

Preen took over the runway with hints of floral, sequin, monochrome and velvet. The designers gave us a major association to a fairy tale forest in a sexual manner, even though the collection compromised of a lot of layers. But, who says that layers can’t be sexy?!

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi|©Vogue UK
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi|©Vogue UK

Just when you think McQueen can do no better, this butterflies inspired A/W’16 collection is the perfect amalgamation of elegance and refined style. With no major color play, the fine intricate embroideries did all the work catching our attention!

Alexander McQueen|©Vogue UK
Alexander McQueen|©Vogue UK

 

Written by Pallavi Maini

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