London Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2017

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On September 18th, 2016, the New York Fashion Week gave the turn to the London Fashion Week, which will last until September 22. Meanwhile, fashionistas will be able to get acquainted with new collections of some famous fashion designers such as Christopher Kane, Burberry Prorsum, Erdem, MCQ Alexander McQueen, Mulberry, Paul Smith, Roksandič Tom Ford, Topshop Unique, Vivienne Westwood Red Label, etc. Meanwhile, we present those who have already managed to show off their new creations.

London fashion week 2017 Spring Summer

Daks Spring-Summer 2017

In the new warm season, the English brand Daks conquered his admirers with a wide choice of fabrics, thanks to which fashionistas can wear both knitted suits, as well as suede overcoats, long silk skirts and knitted tunic-dresses. The color range has remained quite calm. Priority was given to warm brick shade and monochromatic. Not only the color palette has proved to be one reserved, but also the chosen style – most models wore classic-style business suits, shirt-blouses, and pencil skirts. Accessories looked also quite harmoniously with the proposed outfits – medium heeled shoes with narrow toe, with straps, medium sized trapeze bags, belts with large buckles in contrasting colors and fabrics.

Daks at London Fashion Week





Daks Spring-Summer 2017

Eudon Choi Collection

Eudon Choi is the brand that always count on outerwear. In the new Spring Summer season, he has remained true to this tradition. The designer proposed quite original coats and jackets designs, that reflect the Victorian era, but modern in execution. Thus, for example, in the collection are quite a lot of overcoats with modern asymmetric elements. The color range is quite peaceful, emphasis being placed on pastel shades and black-white-gray. In general, all looks were executed in monochrome range, although we can also see black vertical stripes.

London Fashion Week Eudon Choi Spring-Summer 2017






Eudon Choi

Felder Felder Spring-Summer 2017

The twin sisters Daniela and Annette Felder have won the loyal heart of its customers from the very first second. Well, how else, if ladies paraded on the catwalk in metallic blue business suit, in black transparent dresses and skirts, skirts and pants, executed in the color-blocking technique. Simultaneously with these astounding and naughty enough outfits, designers showed also delicate mini and midi dresses, decorated with discrete and innocent vegetable prints. Note that despite articles in contrast by style, the legs of the models were always embellished by shoes with elegant medium heels.

Felder Felder at London Fashion Week





Felder Felder

J. JS Lee

J. JS Lee was completely influenced by geometry. In this brand’s collections there are many dresses, sundresses, skirts, blouses, trousers and tunics decorated with stripes of different thickness and color, which can interbreed with each other in the most unexpected places and in various angles. In addition, the brand also introduced monochromatic tunics, as well as dresses and skirts. And in order to make these items not look dull on the background of other items, the designer has executed them in light shades of blue and pink, and also has added pleats and feather.

J. JS Lee at London Fashion Week





J. JS Lee

Jean-Pierre Braganza

Jean Pierre Braganza focused on bright colors and original multicolored prints, recalling abstract paintings created by futuristic painters. The collection will delight those who like to use leather and latex in everyday life. The designer was not limited to the classic leather coats, including in his collection also leather shorts that more can be assigned to the linen; elongated sleeveless blazers and genuine leather skirts with high asymmetrical slits. Followers of classic black and white looks will be able to meet their needs since in the collection can be found long severe black skirts, short white jackets, black pantsuits and asymmetrical white blouses.

Jean-Pierre Braganza Spring-Summer 2017 London Fashion Week





Jean-Pierre Braganza

Colectia Edeline Lee Spring-Summer 2017

Edeline Lee is another brand that has put geometry in the center of the entire collection. And we are not talking about straight proportional lines, but rather, the entire collection is full of daring vanguard floral combinations and abstract lines. The multitude of colors and lines, somewhat put us in difficulty and we can hardly understand what article of clothing is this: are these overalls or this is a skirt with a shirt, a tunic or pants with skirt. We must mention that in the same style were also executed the accessories, jewelry and shoes that perfectly matched the presented outfits.

Edeline Lee at London Fashion Week



Edeline Lee

Molly Goddard Spring-Summer 2017

Molly Goddard collection represents the celebration of the girly style, of wide fluffy skirts, dresses, fatin and pleats. All of the clothing is made in the Casual Classic style, which was sometimes replaced by special evening outfit. This collection has its specificity – the brand urges us to wear fluffy skirts in combination with sports shoes, socks and stockings. If we talk about the range of colors, then leaders became the shades of fresh grass, the pale pink, as well as ivory and white color.

Molly Goddard at London Fashion Week


Molly Goddard


While some designers have relied on original prints and colors, others have decided to impress with unusual fabrics. For example, Sibling presented tunics, dresses, Capri pants, and skirts, coats made of plastic and also knitted tunics, skirts and swimwear.

London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2017 Sibling




These are the outfits designers impressed us with in the first days of London Fashion Week. Daks, Felder Felder, Eudon Choi, J. JS Lee, Jean-Pierre Braganza, Molly Goddard, Sibling, Edeline Lee show that British designers were not limited to boring trivial outfits as in the new lines can be found many asymmetrical outfits, bright colors, abstract prints and original fabrics.

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