Living up to its illustrious reputation Fashion Week AW15 didn’t cease to disappoint. 70’s chic, laced up the sides and embroidered with flowers seen in Preen had a habitual motif of pop colour that separated it from Gucci’s romantic and naïve innocence. Alessandro Michele was definitely channelling a magpie-style with the vintage vibes. Exploring the 3 P’s of pattern, patchwork and print Burberry also feed through this sense of 70’s boho chic adding mirrored embroideries to the flowers. B-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l.
In contrast to these pleasant, fun and floaty florals, was the full force of structured armouring. Strong and straight to the point, don’t mess with this, attitude roared through Gareth Pugh’s demonstration of patriotism.
And we could not agree more. The hair this season was a cross between drawn, back and hassle-free pony tails and loose, wavy tresses.
Words by Yasmin Graham
Illustrated by Charlotte Robinson