27 Feb, 2020

LFW And Outfits

Strong beauty trends, bold make up, punk and goth sense with romanticism, modern power suits, cheerleader aesthetics, voluminous sleeves, feather hoodies, dramatic design and queen style jackets.


Tommy Hilfiger Show was the one I enjoyed so much.  An icon such as Naomi Campbell opened the show, which was a real spectacle. Overall, all the casting is so impeccable that it was like a performance with the clothes. Neons, streetwear, and Lewis Hamilton. Kinda cool, right? A lot of my friends attended the show, so after party at Annabel’s felt like family reunion at Christmas. Really loved that night.

David Koma presented the real British weather through his show with all shades of gray. Catwalks were very narrow so you could see the models and pieces closely and notice all the details. Storm Dennis did not affect me making it to the DK show – but it could have been a tight call.

Toga’s designer Yasuko Furuta was inspired by Francis Bacon and survival instinct theme was so dominant through entire show, especially with almost all the clothing – resembling parachutes. The theme was something along the lines of surviving, it was very powerful. Somehow Toga always manages to get into my top few shows of the whole fashion month. Its very artsy and innovative.

Erdem was as always dreamy and presented at the British National Portrait Gallery.Erdem Moralioglu showcased the pieces of art moving between the majestic paintings. Moralioglu insisted on heavily embellished coats, dresses and sparkling bags.

London Fashion Week always feels like such a whirlwind of shows, social events, fittings for Milan and Paris, preparation and shooting. Its somehow a home game for me, and feels always very familiar. Wish I had better words to describe that particular emotion.



Cinched waist, broad shoulders, disco collar were my personal highlights of LFW AW2020.




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