Completed of the London fashion week is time to make a review of all the collections presented and see what are the trends that bet the designers of the British capital for the next season autumn-winter 2015 / 2016.
The fringe they are one of the trends that stronger are betting the designers in recent seasons. For the next autumn-winter 2015, firms such as Issa, Burberry, J.W.Anderson or Eudon Choi They cover their fringe proposals, as they are dresses, skirts or outerwear.
The demise of the skinny
This spring-summer both great designers such as low-cost firms are trying with all their might that forget the skinny and move us into the world of wide leg and it seems that this attempt to kill the skinny will continue next fall. Gives them equal the style of pants that you bet: campaign, straight… but not skinny.
It was one of the most powerful trends in New York and London has not been back. There are many firms that have opted for the coats of hair, synthetic in the majority of cases. A trend that does not require much creativity but with a great effect on a look.
Another trend star in outerwear for next fall is sheep backing. In New York, Coach opted for it in almost all of its outputs and in London have seen in parades of Paul Smith, Topshop Unique, Preen and Margaret Howell.
Boho inspiration was star of the collection fall-winter 2015 / 2016 Burberry but Christopher Bailey wasn’t the only designer of London’s fashion week, which was inspired by the boho, signature style as Temperley London, Matthew Williamson or Preen They also took his Bohemian side.
This season has been the season of the capa-manta and for the next autumn-winter 2015 / 2016, London also bet on this garment, but with less simplistic models, as evidenced by proposals for Burberry, Simone Rocha, Giles or Mulberry.
American, coats, suits, dresses… Velvet one of the tissues is Star for British designers in its proposals for the next winter. In fact most of the collections from designers such as Emilio de la Morena and Christopher Kane were performed in the textile.
Seen on the catwalks, we won’t forget the seventies style next winter, but next to the person mod style in the 1960s. This is demonstrated by Jonathan Saunders, Peter Pilotto, David Koma and Osman parades.
The floral print It may be a cliche for the summer, but it is becoming a constant winter collections. There are many firms that choose by flowers for your winter looks, including, Preen, Topshop, Matthew Williamson and Burberry.
It seems that British designers are not superstitious. Many are those who have presented on the catwalk total looks in yellow whether they are dressed like Eudon Choi or Rocksanda Ilincic, coats as Giles or separable style David Koma.
The Purple in all versions It is one of the trends that we have seen in the London fashion week. Lighter or darker but few are those who have resisted this color for next season autumn 2015, among them, Mary Katrantzou, Matthew Williamson, Erdem or Emilia Wickstead.
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