Although London Fashion Week is the fastest and smallest fashion weeks in the month, we can’t forget about the looks that stood out. These looks incorporated or stood out from the trends that were apparent on the runway in London: monochrome (especially in camel or gray), doll-like silhouettes, exaggerated blazers and wrestler’s masks (thanks to Vivienne Westwood and Ashish.

On the runways in London many designers had a soft, subdued voice in their clothes focusing on eyelet lace, off the shoulder knit sweaters like Burberry. The House of Burberry focused on the softness of feminine charms in not only women’s wear but men’s as well as they try to overcome the tarnishing of their iconic camel plaid. Victoria Beckham even had a softer voice in the stitches of wool, and monochrome grays.

Other designers stretched their limits, desperately trying to be new while contorting clothes and following the deconstructed trend. Button down shirts were cut up and sewn back on to the stick thin models in different shapes, hanging off their shoulders and arms. Shin-length knit skirts was contorted across hips and other knits on the models.

We picked some looks that not only incorporate the beautiful simplicity of London Fashion week, but also stood above the desperate attempts to be different through deconstruction.

 

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Ashish

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Vivienne Westwood

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Stella McCartney

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Temperley London

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Temperley London

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Huishan Zhang

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Marques Almeida

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Photo Courtesy: WGSN

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