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Five favourites from London Fashion Week!

Ready to skip winter?

Here is a round up of our favourite shows from London Fashion Week!

  1. Stefan Cooke
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A nostalgic trip to the great British high street with Stefan Cooke, where it feels like the classics have been taken and made cool again. Nothing is too fancy and the whole collection is wearable, with looks perfectly complemented by the very British baker boy hat. There is a definite youthful feel which runs throughout which we think is a nod in the direction to the brand’s future.

2. Carlota Barrera

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Two of our favourite things! Fashion and football. Carlota Barrera fuses the two perfectly with her SS22 collection in collaboration with New Balance. The link between fashion and football isn’t a new one but for this season the brand blurs the lines of traditional gender values, while it celebrates ‘teams’ and the community spirit they bring.

3. S.S Daley

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S.S Daley brings the magic for SS22. A definite coming of age collection which touches on masculinity, school years and more in a moving and emotional performance piece. Some bold prints and standout knitwear – we do love a sweater vest… Very excited to see what Steven does next.

4. Edward Crutchley

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The class of Edward Crutchley. Impressive gowns fit for any ball; it was clear that luxury craftsmanship was on the show, but with this season with a ‘greener’ hat on. A perfect balance of contemporary and historical glamour ran throughout for SS22.

5. Saul Nash

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New on our radar for this season was Saul Nash who opened up proceedings. A personal collection which references his school years and is made up of forward-thinking sports and casualwear which is both very cool and innovative, but still maintains practicality. 

In case you’ve missed London Fashion Week, you can watch the show here.