Fashion is comprised of garments, and every collection has a variation of their favorites. London Fashion Week featured a variety of separates this season, showing that anything can be fashionable under the right designer. Let’s take a look at LFW’s top separates.
Leisure suits have been growing in popularity this year, and London has embraced them warmly. Ashish’s celestial suiting is perfect for watching the stars, or drinking them. Emporio Armani and Temperley London both styled suits ideal for walks through a farmer’s market, while Roksanda’s suiting was meant for relaxing by the sea. Rejina Pyo’s suiting features big buttons and a loose fit, wonderful for catching up with friends at brunch.
Live the life of luxury in leisure suits:
Fashion has fallen in love with lingerie. Ashish shows off a slip dress reminiscent of a stunning nightie, while Christopher Kane and Julien Macdonald take this forward fashion a step farther with garments that are entirely made of lingerie. Joseph creates a long dress, perfect for lounging in the park, while Preen by Thornton Bregazzi showed off a floral nightie perfect for late nights on the town.
Love yourself in lingerie:
The mock neck made quite the appearance at LFW, as designers attached it to many different garments. Christopher Kane and Rejina Pyo went for the more regal look, with mock necks attached to long gowns, while Mary Katrantzou and Edeline Lee utilized the mock neck in a more casual style. Erdem’s sequined mock neck top sits at the corner of dressed up and casual, with a look that goes from the coffee shop to a night out on the town, with the right accessories.
Mock up some garments with these fabrics:
Although many see fashion as formals, designers are out here trying to prove them wrong. Ashish takes the t-shirt to new heights with sequins, while MM6 Maison Margiela aim for a more casual look with a simple saying and jeans. Fashion East a t-shirt over long sleeves, and Peter Jensen tucks an “Oh. My. God” tee into a conversational skirt, perfect for going to school or work. Faustine Steinmetz rips up a t-shirt for a streetwear style.
Get the casual couture look with these fabrics:
Turtlenecks were caught covering models in many collections. Daks and Osman showed off the sophisticated side of turtlenecks, while Holly Fulton shows how cute a casual turtleneck can be. Julien Macdonald uses sequins to shake things up, and Victoria Victoria Beckham made the perfect turtleneck for curling up by a fire.
Take a look at these fabrics:
What was your favorite garment at London Fashion Week? Let me know in the comments!