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March 09, 2015

Trend Report: London Fashion Week Fall Winter 2015

Text by Wyanet Vaz

Mongolian fur took over the winter wardrobe, designers played the individuality card, and frayed edges made its mark as the season’s biggest trend

Fashion’s love affair with the 70s trickled into London Fashion Week as well. The anthem of the season is mix and match, with an overload of print. We are quite excited about the vinyl-inspired fabrics that are pro-glossy, and make for perfect monsoon gear. The oversized poncho, made famous by Kate Moss and recently by Deepika Padukone, has found a sure spot in our winter closet. For the younger crowd, we saw the rise of cropped pullovers and sheer ensembles.

Verve handpicks some of the best looks straight off London Fashion Week Fall Winter 2015.

  • Burberry
    Burberry Prorsum
    We love: the crazy mix of patterns, brocades and patchwork that took boho to the next level.
  • Christopher Kane
    Christopher Kane
    We love: the asymmetric and rough edges that were brave enough to depict sexuality and seduction.
  • Erdem
    Erdem
    We love: the artistic sensibilities that surfaced through brocades, funky colours and frayed edges.
  • House of Holland
    House of Holland
    We love: the distorted bombers, overuse of stripes and downtown palette that will totally get a party started.
  • Jonathan Saunders
    Jonathan Saunders
    We love: the overwhelming 3d patterns, 60s rewind, and the comeback of oversized retro shades.
  • JWAnderson
    J W Anderson
    We love: the coolness of this collection that came out through glossy leathers, spray-painted ensembles and an abstract take on individualism.
  • Mary Karantzou
    Mary Katrantzou
    We love: the face off between Victorian maximalism and modern minimalism.
  • Topshop
    Topshop Unique
    We love: the party-all-night vibe, short skirt-suits and the fashionable use of Mongolian fur.
  • Vivienne Westwood
    Vivienne Westwood
    We love: the LED accessories, that added a whole lot of punk to fashion.
  • Temperley
    Temperley London
    We love: the metallic overload, nomad motifs and overwhelmingly beautiful tribal prints.

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