Now that Fashion Week across the globe has come to an end, we thought we should give our recommendations of who to watch from London Fashion Week.
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We couldn't talk about Fashion Week without mentioning our own show! Our new occasion- wear collection, 'Something Blue' had its runway debut and is now available to order on our website here. The 14-piece collection is made to order in Hampshire and the perfect outfit for any winter weddings and events you have coming up!
Showing at London Represents, AMAR.TE is a brand focusing on "humanized fashion, inclusion and transparency". Their collection of dresses and jumpsuits is not only adaptive and available in different sizes and lengths, but extremely stylish, and a perfect addition to any wardrobe.
London-based Irish designer Sinead O’Dwyer "has made it her mission to promote body diversity – from casting to the clothing she puts into production." O'Dwyers shibari-inspired playsuits, body-moulded dresses, panelled shorts, stirrupped leggings, and crop tops, were paired with tailored pieces, like wide-legged rave trousers, layered skirts and tuxedos jackets, proving that avant-garde layering is very much in. Definitely for the more adventurous fashionistas out there, but a great example of how to stand out this winter!
Sarah Regensburger is completely animal free and uses sustainable materials like cactus leather, bamboo jersey and recycled polyester to showcase the core belief of the brand. At her recent London Fashion week show, she included disabled models Jessica Ping-Wild @therollingexplorer (left) and Sophie Butler @sophjbutler (right). Her stunning collection definitely showed that sustainable leather is sexy, and a must have this season.
So we can definitely see that dressing up is in this season as all of these brands brought inclusivity to london fashion week! Let us know in the comments who you're loving from Fashion Week, and stay tuned for more style inspo!