Fashion Week Inspiration for 2019

Fashion Week Inspo for 2019

From months’ long marketing campaigns to commitments to ending the use of fur in fashion, the impact of London Fashion Week reaches far beyond the runway. We are sharing the highlights and fashion trends that we saw at London Fashion Week 2018.

London Fashion Week 2018: Highlights

Victoria Beckham’s Debut

Although former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham’s eponymous fashion brand has been around for a decade, 2018 marked her debut at London Fashion Week. Beckham has participated in NYFW several times but has finally made an appearance at Fashion Week in her home country. The clean and chic S/S collection features sophisticated women’s wear in a predominately black, red, and cream colour palette. The collection was well-received by critics, and we expect it to be popular once the pieces hit stores.

Fashion is for Mothers

The worlds of fashion and motherhood have collided on the runways this year. Model Slick Woods went into labour while walking in the Savage x Fenty show in New York recently. At London Fashion Week, model and new mom Valeria Garcia sported a wearable breast pump on the runway. She wore the sleek, smartphone-controlled pump underneath a black bra and trouser suit during the Marta Jakubowski fashion show. We love seeing fashion designers accommodating people’s lifestyles, rather than fashionistas having to adapt the way they live in order to wear the latest fashions. It really is refreshing to see and i clear indiction of future features

Chubby Cloud Installation

Fashion Weeks have gone beyond the runway into full experiential installations, like the “Chubby Cloud” installation by Anya Hindmarch. The installation played off of the cloud motif present in the brand’s newest fashion collection. Sleek jumpers and chunky knitwear will both be featuring heavily in Spring 2019 collections such as this new fantastic range from high street big jitter ASOS