The LFW AW13 Review
Everyone has been tagging #lfw on twitter and instagram in the past few days and now the London Fashion Week has officially concluded. Here we go again; one of our most favourite times of the year… the LFW review!
Christopher Bailey, the Creative Director of Burberry Prorsum has interjected happiness into their haute looks with unexpected fabrics and prints this season. We are all print lovers at Dahlia and we just can’t help but swoon over those adorable heart print pieces.
London Fashion Week can never be complete without a bit of fun from the creative duo Meadham Kirchhoff. Edward Meadham mentioned that he had been watching The Great British Bake Off and doing all the house work at home. The collection was inspired by his new found respect for the home maker (as you can tell from those beautiful Victorian frills and lace details). Even style blogger Susie Bubble has tweeted ‘Perish the thought that King Karl may want to retire but imagine Meadham Kirchhoff at Chanel eh? #fantasyhousepairings’
Moschino Cheap & Chic
The AW13 collection of Moschino Cheap & Chic is a rather rock and roll, punk inspired collection. Detailing such as safety pin fastened skirts, studded collars, leopard prints and creeper-inspired footwear has heightened the punk feel of the collection. We just can’t wait to turn into ultimate punk princess this winter!
House of Holland
Who says Winter has to be dark and boring? Forget winter darks and autumn neutrals, this was all about the colour with an explosion of different textures. Shapes were consistently ladylike with shifts and A-lines plus a number of baggy, oversized jumpers thrown in for good measure. Psychedelic 70’s patterns, acid hues and classic cuts all made up this nostalgic collection.
All images from style.com