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25th February 2015 | Posted in Womens & Brands & Winter Fashion & Occasions by H. Simpson

So London Fashion Week is now over and what a week it was! With the latest 'It model' clan parading the walkway; we're talking Cara Delevingne and friends, the week was made more exciting by this famous bunch walking for the best designers around - and lets not forget the anticipated front rows!

One of the most talked about shows of the week has been Burberry Prorsum who released a collection of gypsy, folklore prints in a Pocohontas style dreamworld. This trend is set to be big for A/W '15 and you can find similar items in our upcoming Michael Kors S/S '15 collection available online soon. 

Another brand that walked the runway was Belstaff. Since 1924, the brand have established themselves to be one of the most prestigious outer wear brands around. Often dressing celebrities like the likes of Rihanna and Kristen Stewart, David Beckham is this season, designing and modelling his own collection with the brand. Previously modelled by Kate Moss who was at one point the face of the ladie's line, the Belstaff show displayed a range of long, oversized coats as well as their signature leather and cotton waxed jackets modelled by model of the moment Sam Rollinson. Belstaff womenswear coming soon for A/W '15.
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Hunter dominated the catwalk with a sea of autumnal colourways including dark green and rustic orange in an understated brilliance. The popular chelsea boots made an appearance, not suprisingly since they were an immediate sellout last season (currently still available in menswear here). Two toned boots are back, this time in smokey, moody colours as well as oversized, looser boots. The incredible set design featured an industrial warehouse with falling water that models walked around. The show was streamed live and shown in busy retail environments in Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Manchester. Wife of Hunter creative director Stella McCartney along with stars Luke Evans, Salma Hayek, Alexa Chung and Jack Guiness who has previously modelled for UGG, Paul Smith and Barbour were all spotted on the Hunter front row.
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Vivienne Westwood usually uses the runway to forefront a political campaign she remains passionate about and this season was no different. In her Red Label show, the designer showed support for the Green Party, with an attendance from the party leader herself sat in the front row. Daisy Lowe was one of the famous faces to walk for the designer, who displayed an anti-climate change badge to her outfit.
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As for the Michael Kors collection of which fans could watch the live stream, rich, warm colours were incorporated into softer yet classic garments. Kendall Jenner walked for the designer whilst new season bags were noticably different, with the new inspiration behind the A/W '15 designs being vintage luggage. Expect antique, vintage looking leathers and expect them to be seen on the likes of Michael Kors fan Blake Lively very soon! 
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Even Vans contributed to London Fashion Week. Hosting a week of fashion inspired films, aptly named 'House of Vans', 
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There appears to be a consistancy among the A/W '15 trend with moody tones and rustic colourways. This will be a large contrast to the upcoming S/S season which looks set to be a soft pastel frenzy! See this pastel trend within the new Ted Baker collection. Hair plaits were also a big trend on the runway so get practising those braids!


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