With record numbers of celebs in attendance and theatrics galore, London really shone this catwalk season. Here’s our round-up of the best the shows had to offer.
Ever the experimentalist, Stella showcased her collection not on a catwalk but as a party flashmob. A levitating Alexa Chung, and Rhianna and Kate Moss in attendance made this the show to see and be seen at. As for the clothes... it’s body-sculpting optical illusion dresses all the way.
For an unbeatable FROW and some lovely autumnal hues Mulberry couldn’t be beat. It looks like colour of the moment orange is set to hang in for another season too.
Authentic heritage chic and an ultra-feminine silhouette set Burberry apart from the crowd.
No one does print and colour explosions quite like Henry, and if his collection is anything to go by (which his is) next season we’ll be lusting after primary brights and head to toe houndstooth print.
DP favourite Jonathan Saunders chose to move away from his ultra feminine fits to something more structured this season. We’re loving this red and camel colour combo.
Winter’s favourite military themes were on display at Sarah Burton’s debut McQ collection. We’re looking forward to buttoning up in a double breasted number already!