Fun, delicious and bountiful: what trends did London Fashion Week set? Fashion Week ended in London on 20 February 21/2024 19:29

London Fashion Week wrapped up on February 20, with UK-based designers revealing their predictions for how they should dress for the upcoming Autumn-Winter 2024 season. Between Four Big Weeks (in London, New York, Milan and Paris) London Fashion Week is considered the least prestigious and luxurious – it is least visited by A-list Hollywood stars (though in 2018 Queen Elizabeth II had a front row seat at the Richard Quinn show) and, with the exception of the world’s major fashion houses Burberry, Milan’s He prefers it to himself and Paris. But that’s exactly why London week emerges as the freest and most free week.

As journalist Tom Rasmussen writes in his latest article colon For Dazed, “London Fashion Week is the silly, slutty and genuinely fun sister of other Weeks.” I must say that the trends set by last week were also fun.

colored skin

A leather jacket or leather raincoat is still a must-have for the cool season. Although there was an abundance of black and brown leather on the catwalks in the form of tops, skirts and outerwear, many designers this time suggested wearing it in color. Burberry’s olive raincoats have been replaced by bolder options; The brands Emilia Wickstead and Erdem offered (without a word) wine red dresses with thin straps, and Dilara Fındıkoğlu of the Dilara-British House preferred ultra-short red shorts. even with laces.

edible shades

According to experts at the Pantone Color Institute, bright colors dominated London Fashion Week; A significant share among them were shades bearing the name of dishes and products – “almond milk”, “pumpkin puree”, “cherry tomato”, “eggplant”. And indeed many designers showed clothes in colors associated with food, – whether it’s Burberry’s almost all-olive collection, JW Anderson’s lemon cream wool dress or Roksanda’s sweet plum outfits.

floral prints

In London, flowers usually bloom on clothes, but this time they were almost everywhere. And this Not only voluminous English roses as decoration. Floral prints were seen on Richard Quinn evening dresses, Marques Almeida jackets and skirts, and Erdem coats. Floral suits, graphic t-shirts and even leather skirts are welcome.


Like leather, it always returns to the catwalks in more diverse versions. In London, denim was often boiled, aged and even recycled. — Ahluwalia brand’s suits made of denim pieces in different shades were shown. Molly Goddard had a conservative option even for those times – wearing pipes to the floor, while the Marques’Almeida brand, in addition to such trousers, offered a shirt with a ripped collar.


Crinolines and crinolines are a must at London Fashion Week, as are flowers (as well as corsets, lace, puffy sleeves, and other echoes of Elizabethan England). The long balloon skirt suggested by Molly Goddard pairs well with a loose, oversized blouse, the style of Huishan Zhang evening gowns refers almost directly to early 17th-century London, and the House of David Koma reminds us that full skirts are not a must. belong to.

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London Fashion Week was all about rich hues, burgundy leather and roses. British designers are setting these trends for the Autumn-Winter 2024 season. How else to dress in the cool season in the material of

Source: Gazeta


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