Best of London - Fashion Week Women's Ready to Wear Autumn/Winter 2015/16

Let’s head over to London. The English capital is just as famous for its creativity and its originality as it is for the infectious energy deployed by the designers from all generations, who dare with combinations of colours and new fabrics. Here are the 8 noteworthy moments which captured our attention during this fashion week, as a reminder for the next season.1. The eternal return of tailoring at Paul Smith and his ultra cool version for winter with loose trousers paired with short jackets to wrap yourself up in.2. The floral prints at Unique. Topshop celebrates the young girls in flowers with their new romantic and ultra fresh wardrobe.3. Another genre at Giles. His fairytale, always strange and always poetic accentuated by the choice of models was a sublime and enchanting digression during the English fashion week.4. The celebration of Gareth Pugh’s return to the country and 10 years of the label through a fantastic show in the Victoria & Albert Museum. From the film created by Ruth Hogben introducing Aymeline Valade to new women walking with pride, made up with the red cross (of Saint George) on the face.5. Look at the almost nude silhouettes and human bodies which intertwine at Christopher Kane.6. Fancying a piece of bubble gum with the rubbery pink carpets at Mary Katrantzou, also found on her clutches and on her very successful models mixed with unexpected fabrics.7.A new style at J.W. Anderson who reinterprets the 80s : with fluid, gold dresses draped on the front, velvet leggings, bright wall paper coloured jumpers and accessories which are thrown on. You must dare, but you will stand out without a doubt.très papiers peints et accessoires qui en jettent. Il faut oser mais c’est sûr vous vous ferez remarquer.8. Finally the fleeting visit to Burberry Prorsum, the always unmissable rendez-vous of this London Fashion Week, through this new, very seventies, bohemian chic collection but the unforgettable moment was above all the incredible live performance by Clare Maguire with the final song learned by heart by Kate Moss, Mario Testino and Naomi Campbell. Music free of rights: Bandit & Nikit

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