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Inspired by French icon, Joan of Arc, Acra's collection combined the armor-like accents with stunning feminine silhouettes. The highlight piece of this season was a clean cut, turtle neckline dress draping to the floor with glittering flashes of metallics. The model looked like an elegant war hero decked out in tulle and glitter.
Yasuko Furuta's Fall 2019 collection paired a color wheel of eclectic patterns and colored with classic white button down shirts and beautiful faux fur coats. Oversized tailoring is the statement of 2019 and Furuta's collection is sure to be at the front of every Londoner's wardrobe.
High-waisted flared trousers and vibrant pops of reds and whites made the contemporary collection of Victoria Beckham. Vogue stated, "This is a collection by a modern woman for modern women." Couldn't have said it better myself.
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi
There's no getting away from the Brexit divide in Britain this season. Preen's collection brought light to London set in a venue decked out like a Manchester rave. This season channeled grunge club kid meets 80's retro party girl with plaid skirts paired with steel blue cross legged tights and floral peasant dresses dancing down the runway.
Vivienne Westwood's autumn/winter 2019 show was a staged protest directed at the political turmoil in England. The models charged down the runway in the new collection which featured T-shirts and jumpsuits with slogans such as "we sold our soul for consumption press" scrawled along the front. The show ended with the director of Greenpeace, John Sauven, giving a a closing speech about sustainability in the fashion industry.
Ricardo Tisci's debuted his second collection for Burberry in London showcasing pops of colors with stylish shades of honey beige and burnt black. He wanted to show the side of London he remembers from being a 90s club kid in fashion school in Central Saint Martins. With fun shapes and geometric prints, Tisci created another memorable collection while sticking to the brand's beloved heritage.
The swinging 60s are back and Erdem is taking on the trend with a contemporary twist. Grand shapes graced the runway with metallic psychedelic prints reflecting off the lights.