Favorite Collections of London Fashion Week Fall 2017
David Koma was an optimistic surprise for us this year. His collection was deeply rooted in trend (think quilting, fur accents and cutouts), yet remained entirely unique so far this season. We loved his take on classic fall shades like olive green and burnt orange, and he left us feeling like leather could be luxe again.
Where we would wear it: To a photography exhibition.
The celebrity we want to see rock it: Karlie Kloss.
Has Christopher Kane been watching YouTube beauty tutorials? All we know is that just as holographic packaging has reached peak obsession on the internet, Christopher Kane came out with this season’s collection. We’re feeling serious throwback vibes to our 90’s childhood – and we’re not mad at it. You have to admit that the duochrome magic found in holographic material is stunning!
Where we would wear it: To a meeting of Holosexuals Anonymous.
The celebrity we want to see rock it: Rihanna.
Could florals for fall ever really be – groundbreaking? Erdem answered that question with a resounding “YES” this season. Maximalism continued to be the name of the game during Erdem’s show, with multiple prints ruling most looks. We loved the mix of thick, sturdy fabrics (as seen in the golden coat above) with light, airy Victorian dresses.
Where we would wear it: To a ball at our grandmother’s winter palace. Assuming she had one.
The celebrity we want to see rock it: Keira Knightley.
Favorite Beauty Look of London Fashion Week Fall 2017
J. JS Lee
Two words: those lashes! As avid followers of America’s Next Top Model – and later, fashion as a whole – we are well-versed in the 1960s phenomenon that was Twiggy lashes. It’s said that all good trends come back around – maybe it’s time we invested in a more volumizing mascara for our lower lashes? Paired with all that rose gold goodness on the eyelids, and the sheen on the inner corner of the eyes, this look is as retro romantic as they come.
Favorite Front Row of London Fashion Week Fall 2017
When Olivia Palermo shows up, you know it’s going to be a good show. As a classic British brand, Mulberry stacked its “frow” with stylish, sophisticated, fashion-world celebrities like Palermo and Kate Foley – all of them worth following on Instagram. We loved the perceived posh-ness of this front row, and felt like it fit the fashion capital perfectly.