Sunday, 28 February 2016

LFW | Designer Showroom


Another one of the highlights of London Fashion Week was the opportunity to visit the designer showroom at the official LFW venue on Brewer Street. The venue exhibited all of this season's AW'16 designer collections. One of my favourite collections was by luxury womenswear designer,  Gayeon Lee who is a graduate from Central Saint Martin's. The inspiration behind her collection was two 20th century artists: Eduardo Chillida and Albert Eugene Gallatin. I really love the use of combining layers of different natural toned fabrics in unique geometric shapes to construct an outfit. A key piece I love in the collection is the flared trousers especially when paired with semi flared sleeve lines. Gayeon Lee has continued to use classic 50's silhouettes combined with modern detailing which has led to her collection being effortlessly classy.

You can view the full lookbook here: Gayeon Lee AW'16 Lookbook


Another collection that caught my eye was by the designer Holly Fulton, the collection reflected earthy colour palette drawn from her inspiration from artist, David Inshaw. This season's pieces also infused the multi layering of geometric structures alongside soft floral print to create a chic collection. I love the combination of different textured fabrics and patterns to create an edgy yet sophisticated look.

You can view the full lookbook here: Holly Fulton AW'16 Collection



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