LONDON — Buyers lauded the strong colors, the wealth of fabrications and the plethora of creative, young designers to emerge from London Fashion Week, which ended Tuesday.
“As a hotbed for creativity and out-of-the-box innovative design, London is our top stop on the four-city fashion circuit for finding emerging designer talent,” said Colleen Sherin, senior fashion director at Saks Fifth Avenue. Stephen Ayres, head of fashion at Liberty in London, agreed: “I really believe London delivers the most diverse and interesting mix of brands as part of [its] fashion week. No other fashion capital incubates and shows emerging designers alongside [larger brands] such as Burberry the way London does.”
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