London Fashion Week Highlights – Spring 2018

London Fashion Week is not normally my favorite fashion week out of the big four. My favorite show always tends to be Topshop, which, as a fast-fashion retailer, is not expected. I think there have been some major losses to London Fashion Week, the same way that New York has experienced an exodus this season, especially with Tom Ford choosing to return to America. His was a show that you could count on for glitz and glamour. Regardless of the losses, there were still a few great shows. Here are my favorite looks!

Topshop is always my favorite show of LFW. Here is an ultra-cozy looking coat.
Another great coat from Topshop. Also into the Madonna style lingerie underneath. This collection had a lot of late 80s influences which I dig.
Snake and satin layering at Topshop.
Snake leather coat too, yay! c/o Topshop again
Updated tuxedo dressing c/o Topshop.
A showgirl at Topshop.
Vintage Pucci vibes at Peter Pilotto.
A goddamn look at Chalayan.
Electric color and sharp suiting at Gareth Pugh.
I’m always here for liberal use of vinyl, c/o Gareth Pugh.
More snakeskin but with the famous Dapper Dan silhouette that Gucci copied… c/o Halpern
More Halpern
This will definitely get a red carpet moment c/o Ralph & Russo
Fluidity c/o Ralph & Russo
I’ve been noticing a hell of a lot of red boots in the shows, likely the Fendi effect (already copied by Zara). This look is Preen.
If you haven’t noticed red as the color of this season yet, Antonio Berardi is here to remind you.
Ruffles and blazer dressing at David Koma.
The prettiest blue color at Emilia Wickstead.
A red carpet worthy moment at Emilia Wickstead.
Julien Macdonald doing what he does best.
This reminded me of the dresses worn by Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, c/o Ashish.
Nakey nakey nakey at Ashish.
I love this shot from Victoria Victoria Beckham. The model reminds me a lot of a blogger who I used to follow about five years ago!

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