The Best of London Fashion Week Fall 2015

W’s editors share their favorite looks.

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2015

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2015 “A compilation of patchwork, prints and Durham quilting harkened back to the free love ‘60s.”

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Christopher Kane Fall 2015 “At Christopher Kane, the finale dresses were sexy, in the most literal sense.”

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Simone Rocha Fall 2015Simone Rocha presented twisted, perfectly undone dresses accented with ruffled edges and unraveled hemlines—with a Gothic church as the backdrop.” Courtesy of the designer.


Thomas Tait Fall 2015 “Highlighted by gold pull rings and hardware, Thomas Tait’s collection accentuated the beauty in minimalism.”

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Gareth Pugh Fall 2015 “After showing in Paris for seven years, Gareth Pugh celebrated his homecoming to London Fashion Week with an army of female warriors complete with war paint, armor-like silhouettes and banners.”

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Preen Fall 2015 “Dark florals and black lace introduced a new mood to the typically sporty line.”

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Mary Katrantzou Fall 2015Mary Katranztou stayed true to her brand’s DNA by fearlessly mixing and matching new and old textiles such as damask brocade, foam padded inserts and plastic.”

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Topshop Unique Fall 2015 “Topshop touched upon the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s, pulling the best from here and there effortlessly; it’s how every girl wants to dress.”

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Erdem Fall 2015 “We first fell in love with the impressive mid-century set design, but stuck around for Erdem’s romantic dresses.”

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Peter Pilotto Fall 2015 “Inspired by childhood board games, the clothes were delightfully playful.”

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Marques’Almeida Fall 2015 “The haphazardly layered metallic brocades were both fun and wearable.”

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Toga Fall 2015 “A deconstructed mashup of lace, gingham jacquard, and silk satin makes for a modern spin on traditionally girly fabrics.”

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J.W. Anderson Fall 2015 “While the ‘70s have been dominating the Fall 2015 runways so far, J.W. Anderson channeled ‘80s New Wave by mixing a variety of materials including lurex, leather, velvet, corduroy and metal.”

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