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London Fashion Week

Author: Caroline
London Fashion Week

Here at Visual Merchandiser, we are really excited about the start of London Fashion Week. London Fashion Week has started today and we can’t wait to see what the designers have in store for us this season! Today’s shows include: Zoe Jordan, Bora Asku, Fyodor Golan, KTZ, Felder Felder, Jean Pierre Braganza, PPQ and Sass and Bide.

Designers featuring on Saturday 16th include: Daks, Antipodium, Orla Kiely, Jasper Conran, John Rocha, Julien Macdonald, Moschino Cheap and Chic and House of Holland.

Designers featuring on Sunday 17th include: Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Mulberry, Temperley London, Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Mary Katrantzou, Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson, Paul Smith and Richard Nicoll.

Designers featuring on Monday 18th include: Christopher Kane, Louise Gray, Erdem, Burberry Prorsum, Giles, Tom Ford and J W Anderson Women.

Designers featuring on Tuesday 19th include: Anya Hindmarch, Meadham Kirchhoff, Maria Grachvogel, Aminaka Wilmont and Haizhen Wang.

As well as established designers, we at Visual Merchandiser are looking forward to seeing an increase in high street fashion on the catwalk. River Island is set to debut its upcoming collection designed by Rihanna. It is the first time the company will showcase a collection at London Fashion Week and we are really excited to see what Rihanna has designed. This is a great way to see snippets of the upcoming collection before the collection hits stores on March 5th. Whistles will also hold a salon show in the capital.

We are really interested to see which bloggers and fashionistas will turn up and obviously what they will be wearing. We have been reading all our favourite blogs and checking Twitter to see what bloggers and celebrities have been wearing for the shows.

We’re definitely going to look out for up and coming trends and colour schemes as they will inspire our own work. We cannot wait to see what patterns, colours and styles will rule the catwalks this season.

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