London Fashion Week
The 64th edition of London Fashion week ran from 16th – 20th September and saw an international audience of more than 5,000 visitors from 58 countries. The event featured works from 83 designers showcasing SS17 collections on the schedule, and more than 150 designers featuring works at the designer Showrooms, at Soho’s Brewer Street Car Park. The highlights from this year’s festival were also made widely available to the public via a series of large outdoor screens located various cities across the country. Below are just some of the highlights form this year’s event encompassing rich indigo tones through to pure whites, monochromatic palettes and deep burgundy reds.
One of the key SS17 colour palettes presented at this year’s show, indigo offers both richness and versatility.
Below: Mulberry S/S 17 (top-left), Topshop Unique S/S 17 (bottom-right)
The Pure white colour tones shown below offer a timeless elegance, accentuated by intricate detailing.
Below: Daks S/S 17 (top-left), Erdem S/S 17 (bottom-right)
Pantone’s Colour of the Year from 2015, ‘Marsala’, seemed to make a resurgence with a number of deep, rich, burgandy red hues prevalent at this year’s event.
Below: Daks S/S 17 (top-left), Mulberry S/S 17 (bottom-right)
The monochromatic designs shown below show the striking effectiveness of this minimal and timeless palette.
Below: Eudon Choi S/S 17 (top-left), Preen by Thornton Bregazzi S/S 17 (bottom-right)