LONDON FASHION WEEK

Personality and Inclusion” is the message from the 2020 Spring-Summer London Collection.

LONDON FASHION WEEK “Personality and Inclusion.”

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When anyone starts talking about British fashion, the first impression that pops to mind is the windbreaker. The windbreaker carries a history dating back to over 100 years of traditional tales to tell. It has and will always have a significant place in fashion. Designers and brands continue to add this trend-setting influence to their new collections.

LONDON FASHION WEEK “Personality and Inclusion.”

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BURBERRY LONDON FASHION WEEK

The most representative British brand for windbreaker is BURBERRY. At the London Fashion Week, BURBERRY showcased a variety of designs for different woman and occasions. Their design concept for 2020 Spring / Summer Collection retains original BURBERRY classic elements, combined with new trends.

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JW Anderson LONDON FASHION WEEK

JW Anderson was founded in 2008. In the past 11 years, Jonathan Anderson has attracted a quite a number of fashion followers who are familiar with his love of art, his keen insight and his own talent presented from his work. JW Anderson's runway show at the London Fashion Week is also a high-attraction event to attended every season. From the London 2020 Spring/Summer fashion show, JW Anderson showecased 41 sets of his works which include tailored cuts, tassels, mixed fabrics, pleats and sleeve cage that makes young woman who are individual & unwilling to be “quiet” more powerful and unique.

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COATS LONDON FASHION WEEK

Personality has always been synonymous with British designs. As seen in the London Fashion Week, designers and brands has included differently styled coats to their collection. Foer example, JW Anderson's long suit double-breasted trench coat design comes with a retro British style with pearls embroiderment.

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TASSELS LONDON FASHION WEEK

The London Fashion Week presented elements of Victorian tassels representing a sense of grandeur from that era. Each designer adding tassels to their own contemporary styles.

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STRIPS & CHECKS LONDON FASHION WEEK

The Scottish plaid is never absent in British Fashion. The designers in London Fashion Week showcased more geometric patterns and more simple plaids with rhweir strips and checks.

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SHADES OF RED LONDON FASHION WEEK

This year, many designers and brands have strengthened their use of bright shades of colours. Red is the predominately used colour. Their shades of red representing "good luck".

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SHADES OF PINK LONDON FASHION WEEK

In early western days, pink is a colour often used and is symbolic to aristocrats. In contemporary times, pink represents power, strength and independence of modern day women.

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SHADES OF BLUE LONDON FASHION WEEK

Clear sky and wide ocean comes in shades of blue. Even if one is not a fan of blue, one cannot to escape the charm of blue.

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SHADES OF WHITE LONDON FASHION WEEK

In fashion, white has always represented fashion and elegance. White can dominate all colors and elements.

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SHADES OF YELLOW LONDON FASHION WEEK

The symbolic colour of yellow shines on the temperament of the wearer under the warmth of the sun. In the spring and summer, how can anyone miss this colours that makes you more energetic.

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