3 weeks ago | BY Huma Hazarika Sharma

All the trends we fancied

The Fall/Winter 2019 edit of London Fashion Week was haute couture at its finest. We saw lots of new trends, and old, get a do-over, and frills, granny knits and metallics were in full-swing. While Victoria Beckham partied it up with Spice Girls lookalikes in drag at an after-party, and launched her official Youtube channel, and yesteryear star, Joan Collins made a rather dramatic entrance, and graced the #FROW at the Erdem show on a Monday morning no less, there were other un-fashun developments like chants of “There’s no fashion on a dead planet” by climate change protesters on one of the biggest days at LFW. Like we always say #TheOnlyWayIsSustainable 

Everyone from Alexa Chung to Rejina Pyo, and everyone’s fav Brit label, Burberry favoured prints in all shades and sizes.

Big, bad, bold floral prints graced the clothes of everyone from Simone Rocha, Preen and Erdem.

Molly Goddard and Mary Katranzou didn’t disappoint with their OTT ruffled & tulle ensembles that reminded us of that other newbie designer who was a critic+crowd fav at NYFW.

While Ashish gave us some pretty wicked whimsical all-glitter dresses, Mary K’s sophistical shimmery skirt we loved, and Ricardo Tisci’s diamante chain ponchos sweaters embellished with ‘em were a big hit.

Coats 2 sizes too big, if not more, were in nearly every show, but our fav 3 were the ones we spotted at Alexa Chung, Ports 1961 and Victoria B.

holding3While we weren’t too keen on anything not 100% cruelty-free, we’ve got to admit the excess of colourful feathers did tickle our fancy a tad.