Wednesday 6 March 2019


(Image Credit: Burberry)

London Fashion Week has been and gone in the blink of an eye and I'm behind. Honestly, Fashion Month flies by and I don't even attend shows. I can't imagine what it's like for all those that do. Until the day I do, I will continue to sit in the comfort of my home, in my pjs, looking at all the imagery on Instagram, Vogue or the FW websites. To change up the fashion week posts and not just talk about trends, I thought I'd share my top 5 designers from LFW. So without further ado, here they are (in no particular order). 

Amanda Wakeley

Amanda Wakeley continues to deliver pieces for the modern woman, updating their style for the times and trends of the moment. The silk-satins are standout, alongside the power feminine silhouettes. Versatile pieces for any occasion, I absolutely would buy any of these. (Images: Jan Lehner)



Oh Riccardo Tisci is a man after my own heart. The quinessential British brand does it again with Tisci's second collection as Cheif Creative Officer. The classic Burberry Check makes it's statement in both classic yet modern style. It just makes me lust for a Burberry Trench more. (The one that I want from the SS18 collection with the chain is £5000, which I found out yesterday and now I want to cry.) Here are my favourite looks for the show (of course mostly neutrals). (Image Credit: LFW)


 Peter Pilotto

Full of bold prints and colours, this collection caught my eye for it's use of silks and satins which is all I want to wear recently. Another collection for the modern woman, this collection is fun and statement. (Image Credit: LFW)


Victoria Beckham

Posh Spice continues to show us why that was her alter ego. This collection is perfect for the strong, working woman. The muted tones clashed with bold colour pops and prints is just everything that we need. And those knee high open toe boots - yeah I'll have one in every colour please, VB. (Image Credit: LFW)


Roland Mouret

The Frenchman stunned during LFW with beautiful looks that kept structure but still echoed his ideal of clothes that are comfortable, drape and slip onto the skin. As per his quote: "We all dress up to undress". These three looks are my favourite and sat with me. The fluidity, the power and the elegance is what you look for in clothes. (Image Credit: LFW)


 A Few Extras...

Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung pioneers double denim with new edge that I'm prepared to tackle because it looks so chic (plus the cow print belt? It's growing on me). This belted coat-dress situation looks like a style that's perfect for a winter date night. The peak of crochet adds a touch of summer passed with a Victorian edge - basically, I love. (Image Credit: LFW)


Paul Costelloe

The military vibes are strong in this one and I'm here for it. It's very sassy in a sophisticated way and these two looks are something that I'd add to my wardrobe easily.


Who were your favourite LFW designers? Did I miss anyone that maybe I shouldn't have? Let me know. Now I've dealt with LFW, next is Milan - which you will have tomorrow. So keep your eyes peeled for the next post (which will most definitely feature Max Mara & Fendi). Until tomorrow my loves. 

Lots of love, 

Emily xx

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