Wickstead was inspired by the extravagance of traditional Russian dress
Mouret ramped up the sensuality for this 20th anniversary collection – and his return to the London catwalk.
Lupfer blended the feminine with the masculine, looking to influences as diverse the Arctic Circle and classic men’s tailoring for this sophisticated but easy collection.
Inspired by Liliana Cavalli’s cult 1974 film “The Night Porter,” Pugh sent out a cast of lethal heroines.
Designer Henry Holland called the collection his “love letter to America.”
Edeline Lee walked the line between playful and chic, looking to Dada artist and feminist icon Hannah Höch for inspiration.
Donatella Versace sent out a lineup of easy, street-y pieces for the glammed-up millennial, all delivered to a thumping techno beat.
The e-tailer has also enlisted Andreea Diaconu, Kris Gottschalk and Julia Nobis for its print and digital spring campaign and short film
Trump opted for matching shoes to finish off the look.
The collection overall impressed with personality and grace.
This was a homecoming of sorts for creative director Natasa Cagalj, who decided to move the Ports 1961 show temporarily from Milan to London.
Rocha dialed down the dreaminess and marched wholeheartedly into new territory with a lineup of military-inspired clothing.
Innovative ideas and outlandish textiles from the 16 MA students from Central Saint Martins who took part in a group runway show on Friday.
After 16 years showing in Paris, Hussein Chalayan is back in London.
– February 18, 2017