- FELDER FELDER -A striking contrast between earthy olives and purples and paler watercolour shades, Felder Felder featured some stunning cut out styles as well as more conventional mini skirts and skater dresses. A gorgeous amount of variety between each look, I'm particularly lusting after the leather jacket in the third photo as well as the white ensemble towards the end of the show.
- DAKS -We have certainly arrived in London. Palace Guard fur hats and military jackets, not to mention their signature House Check; Daks is (as always) paying homage to its home capital. I love the shape of this season's looks; relatively close to the body, as well as a brief gap between above the knee skirts and knee high boots. Traditional and incredibly chic.
- EUDON CHOI -
Eudon Choi's A/W collection can pride itself on being incredibly wearable. Though still maintaining the class of a catwalk show, the looks could easily be worn to run errands, particularly the hooded coat in the second photo and the lazy-luxe jumper in the fourth. I adore the bold blue against the black, whilst the bags of the season look extremely enviable too.
- AMANDA WAKELEY -Waist belts, sleeves and lots of black. This is a collection that the common high street goer can channel with ease. Bringing back the world's most eternally chic shade, Amanda Wakeley has reinvented black with the use of sheer planes, tailored bottom-halves and those fantastic belts. Add a low centred bun for added fashion brownie points.
- PPQ -The prettiest collection of the day without a doubt; pastels, high shine and floral prints, PPQ is now on my radar. I love the fluffy fabric on the last two looks, whilst the shiny trousers will remind the informed fashion lover of Burberry's Spring/Summer 2013 campaign. 60's silhouettes meet modern fabrics, producing a heavenly collection.