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London Fashion Week SS17 round-up

It was that time of the year again when the world of fashion descends on the capital ready for the most influential names in the industry to showcase their designs. This year was no exception with over 150 designers wowing over 5000 guests across the five days.

To start the event there was a celebration of British designers and the UK’s fashion industry, held at 10 Downing Street hosted by the Prime Minister and the Chairman of the British Fashion Council. Guests included CEO’s, creative directors and entrepreneurs from the world of fashion as well as the countries up and coming talent in the industry.

In Brewer Street Car Park guests were treated to the London Fashion Week Private View and the BFC Fashion Film, in association with River Island.

On the Saturday Henry Holland showcased his ‘House of Holland’ collection, celebrating his 10th year on the fashion scene. This was in homage to his early days where he released more of his iconic slogan T-shirts as well as his spring/summer collection. Other highlights on the day included Emilia Wickstead and Simone Rocha.

It was the turn of Topshop Unique on the Sunday, where the high street brand brought its premium line to Spitalfields Market, drawing inspiration from the London fashion markets that used to fill this location. The collection boasted a 90s vibe and for the first time will be offered in a ready-to-buy model. Mulberry also showcased on Sunday, drawing inspiration from British school uniform the collection had a preppy feel playing on British school traditions and re-interpreting them for the world of fashion. 

On the penultimate day British fashion designer Christopher Kane sent his collection down the runway. A designer famous for taking the mundane and everyday items and giving them a fashion twist, this year was the turn of the Crocs which were embellished with gems. In the evening the iconic brand Burberry debuted its ready-to-buy catwalk show, designed by creative director Christopher Bailey the collection had prints and embroideries which had been developed alongside the V&A.

With the week drawing to a close there were shows from Amanda Wakeley, Oliver Spencer and the return of Christopher Bailey and Jefferson Hack with the launch of the Burberry dazed cover.

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