This London Fashion Week’s shows were turning heads for all the right reasons! As the collections continue to present themselves in other cities and London’s shows come to an end, here’s a little round up of what went down and what's in store for next season!
Inspired by Studio 54, the two founders Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey turned their aw19 presentation into one big party complete with sequins and animal print galore! They set out to celebrate women of all ages, hedonism and all things colourful and over-the-top and showcased their glorious new pieces we can all look forward to this autumn.
This LFW, the accessories designer created 'The Weave Project', where visitors can climb through the structure made up of a woven mesh. Anya Hindmarch likes to take her customers on the journey behind the inspiration for her collections, in this instance the constellation is inspired by her ss19 ‘Neeson’ bag, an update of one of her most well-known pieces: the woven tote.
The genesis of the clothes for Alexa Chung’s aw19 collection, ‘Off the Grid’, lies in her image research around ’70s Tokyo women wearing prairie-esque dresses and ’80s American farming societies sporting tabards and smocks. She’s starting to rely on feelings rather than scenarios to steer her sketches, helping Chung to design for the woman she is envisaging to wear her clothes.
And a few more pictures from the RIXO presentation...