- YIFANG WAN -Pockets, collars and pleats. It won't take much to imitate Yifang Wan's collection next season; get yourself some pointed T-bar shoes and a matching, pocket covered jacket and you may be in business. I love the all in one colour sets here, the colours are muted enough not to overwhelm, but rich enough the carry the whole outfit each time.
- LUCAS NASCIMENTO -More block colours; it seems so far that unlike NYFW, which was stocked full of prints and patterns, LFW's collections have been far more simplistic in terms of fabric. I really love the outer wear in this collection, especially the first green number and the gorgeous Western brown coat in the last look. It seems that colour coordinated outfits are back this season if day two's shows are anything to go by, whilst PVC looks to be making an appearance again too.
- HOUSE OF HOLLAND -I always expect a lot from House of Holland and I was not disappointed. I found it so difficult to choose favourite looks from this show as every one had something fabulous to offer! High shine materials, 70s prints and extremely bold colour, Henry evidently doesn't want to sit through another drab monochrome winter. I love the use of pink and orange among the darker colours and will definitely be incorporating them into my winter wardrobe next season.
JULIEN MACDONALDThis was bound to be one of my favourite collections as I've been loving Julien Macdonald recently. Like the couture shows I covered last month, this collection has me like a moth to a flame; it is sparkly, sexy and incredibly elegant, not to mentioned decked out in heavy amounts of embellishment. There is nothing not to love here.
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