London Fashion Week Day 1 & 2 Highlights

Spoilt for choice picking my highlights of the last two days shows, I have narrowed it down to the following. David Koma and those sculpted black and white outfits, I love the one on the left, the black lines cut across the body so elegantly. Mark Fast showed a fantastic collection of knitwear, great shoes on the models too. 

A new designer that I had not heard much of before Helen Lawrence, has been piped as 'one to watch'. A mix of delicate fabrics, bright colours and hi shine to contrast. And Zoe Jordan, with some of my favourite outfits so far, a contrast of great tailoring and soft fabrics, and those eye catching reds.

 JS Lee showed an array of pinks, blues and whites tied together making those grow up tailored looks fun and fresh. Sister by Sibling also had those bright shades of pastels coming through the collection, models wore their smiles too, not just on the clothes. 

Holly Fulton had a look of the 70's in her collection, hair sweep to the side some lovely prints across light airy fabrics. Bora Aksu brought back those whites to the runway. 

To round up my highlights, Fyodor Golan showed us some fantastically cut garments, open at the front skirts and clinched in waists. Anna Sui brought us hippie chic, fringing, muted floral prints and an almost earth mother warrior type feel. 

Can't wait for Sundays shows!