Next to world famous designers with their luxury collections, those who have only just began to explore the fashion world also had the chance to present their creations at the London Fashion Week. We bring you the absolute top selection!
The new Victoria Beckham collection is characterized by the minimalism, precise tailoring and slim fit typical for her brand. It features universal dresses suitable both as daywear and evening wear or stylish suits complemented by masculine elements. And although the collection contains a number of beautiful pieces, it is starting to be a bit boring... So yes, you'll definitely be able to get a chic business suit or luxury cocktail dress here, but SS20 lacks anything surprising or unusual.
“Brightness, lightness, freedom. These are the elements I was working with when creating the collection. It's about today's dynamic women in motion.”
The young British designer, illustrator, and makeup artist has once again shown just how much imagination and creativity hides inside him. He presented wild creations full of colors, which he'd probably created from everything he happened to stumble upon in his studio. Trying to look for wearable and fashionable aesthetics here would be pointless, but the self-expression of the designer is something to behold. When you get angry with someone, put on, for example, this green outfit and let them know what you think about them once and for all.
Marta Jakubwoski went a little bit more wild than Victoria Beckham when creating the minimalist SS20 collection, and presented fallen shoulders, an unconventional play of colors and materials, or trendy layering at the London Fashion Week. what we enjoy in this luxury collection is fresh lavender, elegant nude and chic menthol - these juicy shades just are simply flawless!
Funny and charming at the same time. That's the provocative collection of Irish designer Jonathan Anderson, dominated by 'bras', metallic shades and elegant chic. We enjoy the play with masculine and feminine elements and look forward to seeing what the designer comes up with next time.