London Fashion Week AW’14: Day Three Round Up

Monday 17 February 2014 by

As day three got underway at London Fashion Week, the sunshine was at last showing us favour. It was a glorious day, but nothing shone as brightly as the collections that shimmered down the catwalks.  It was a day of designer big-hitters, with the likes of Pringle of Scotland and Vivienne Westwood Red Label making their appearance, but ultimately all eyes were on Mulberry. Having made the decision not to have a catwalk show this season, and having teased us mercilessly over the past couple of weeks, they chose something quite different – and quite spectacular. To appreciate its full glory, check out the Mulberry show video now.

 

Sunday 16th February: Schedule

9am- Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

9.30-11.30am- Pringle of Scotland

10am- Margaret Howell

10.30-12.30pm- Sophia Webster

11am- Richard Nicoll

11.30-1.30pm- Nicole Farhi

12pm- Marios Schwab

1.30-2.30pm- Mulberry

2pm- Temperley London

2.30-4.30pm- Toga

3pm- Topshop Unique

3.30-4.30pm- Ryan Lo

4pm- Paul Smith

4.30-6.30pm- palmer//harding

5pm- Vivienne Westwood Red Label

6pm- Mary Katrantzou

7pm- Matthew Williamson

8pm- Jonathan Saunders

 

Marios Schwab

Marios Schwab, Fashion, Designer, London Fashion Week, LFW, AW'14

The usual LBD was given a Marios Schwab makeover for Autumn/Winter 2014. Paired with kitten heels and leather biker or bomber jackets, they were less destined for the red carpet and more for the party. But if you are heading towards the glitzier side of life, there are off the shoulder gowns unravelling down the leg and shapely corseted mini dresses. The colour palette kept strictly to a traditional AW’14 range of black, cream and navy, with odd feature pieces of pastel. Sleek and sophisticated, with edgier jackets to bring it to 2014.

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You can read the full Marios Schwab AW’14 catwalk report on Vogue.

You can see the Marios Schwab show video on BritishFashionTV’s YouTube.

 

Temperley London

Temperley London, Fashion, Designer, London Fashion Week, LFW, AW'14

If Temperley London has its way, your wardrobe is due for a very distinct look. Dove grey, royal blue, black or nude, with floral embroidery reminiscent of traditional Russian dress and patchwork like broken Greek pottery. Each look is a daring juxtaposition of fitted over flared, with flowing fabrics over belted tunics. Not a strip of fabric goes wasted, and the whole collection feels luxe and indulgent whilst still appealing to a simple taste.

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You can read the full Temperley London AW’14 catwalk report on Vogue.

You can see the Temperley London show video on BritishFashionTV’s YouTube.

 

Matthew Williamson

Matthew Williamson, Designer, Fashion, London Fashion Week, LFW, AW'14

It was a psychedelic affair at Matthew Williamson this season – from the striped floor to the generous splashes of moons and stars over the collection. Williamson’s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection felt cohesive in its separation – a simple black military-esque coats with silver stars up the sleeves sat alongside a sequined mini dress drowning with red stripes and multi-coloured stars with ease. The collection felt fun – no risk of a drab Autumn/Winter here. Instead, it was filled with sparkle and rebellion. There were accents of red-blue fur and ruffles, shapely skirts and billowing dresses, all teamed with the most perfect lace-up boots you ever did see.

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You can read the full Matthew Williamson AW’14 catwalk report on Vogue.

You can see the Matthew Williamson show video on BritishFashionTV’s YouTube.

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