London Fashion Week 2015 says goodbye

The London Fashion Week 2015 comes to an end today. Models and designers from all around the world have been giving light to London’s catwalk since last thursday, the 17th of september. At the same time as Madrid’s fashion week and after New York’s, London shines bright after these days and closes the fashion doors this afternoon at 20:30 with its last event: The Conran Shop launches at Selfridges.

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Burberry, Topshop and Christopher Kane spring/summer 2016 designs. Photos: The Telegraph

We have been able to see the greatest creations for next year’s spring and summer season of  labels such as Burberry, Belstaff, Marc Jacobs or Topshop among many, and designers like Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Kane or Paul Smith.

Many stars and famous people were spotted during the London Fashion Week 2015, the one that everybody talks about is Cara Delevingne who was seen holding hands with her girlfriend Annie Clark seating in the front row of Burberry’s show.

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Sienna Miller next to Cara Delevinge and girlfriend Annie Clark. Photos: The Telegraph

This year’s London Fashion Week has experienced some fantasy shows, such as the Erdem collection which was inspired by Prairie Madness and gave a flowery touch to the catwalk. Many labels and designers decided to mix new and old styles, such as Burberry. And Christopher Kane brought colour into the fashion world with the spring/summer 2016 collection presented. Pastel colours were also there thanks to Simone Rocha, Emilia Wickstead or J.W. Anderson, all with elegant light pink designs. Anderson, though, chose a more futuristic point of view, while Wickstead showed quite classic and feminine cuts. Rocha preferred referring to her collection as “weird”.

You can see more details of the London Fashion Week 2015 in the official web site.

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