LFW – The Spring Collection Round Up

As the second of the major Fashion Weeks draws to a close, we review the best to come for the spring season in London.

Be sure to check back with us over the next few weeks as we bring you the top trends, street style, accessories and beauty from the spring/summer 2013 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris!

Backstage at Mary Katrantzou S/S 2013

Mary Katrantzou once again wowed us with her masterful graphics and elegant tailoring. The designer threw a few softer, flowing pieces into the mix alongside her signature structure, showing growth and direction for the label. Yes please!

Christopher Kane’s predominantly sheer collection was as gorgeously feminine as it was seductively sexy. Models sauntered down the runway in barley-there skirts, tops and blouses in crisp monochromatic colours, like fairies of the wood.

Spring had sprung over at Erdem, whose series of vivid floral print dresses and separates left us pining for garden parties and late afternoon cocktails.

We saw darker blooms at Preen, as well as snakelike, ethereal graphics on both soft, flowing silks and thicker, more structured crepes. The prints were broken up by louche spring-suits paired with ghetto-fab cropped tanks.

Christopher Bailey rocked the sport-chic trend at Burberry Prorsum this season, serving up a host of waxy and metallic finishes on clean, athletic inspired pieces. The colours of choice? A delightful array of jewel tones from bright amethyst to deep ruby.

Navy blue is not often a colour we see dominating a spring/summer runway, but we just loved Mulberry’s navy print maxi-dresses and pantsuits. The collection was punctuated by a palette of classic Mulberry neutrals, and a far more springily (but no less stunning) mint green!

Be sure to check back with us over the next few weeks as we bring you the top trends, street style, accessories and beauty from the spring/summer 2013 shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris!

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