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London Fashion Week Spring 2015: From the Runway

W’s senior market editor and manager clocks her 10 favorite looks.


1

Barbara Casasola Spring 2015 A sheer column skirt adds some allure to this otherwise sleek look.

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2

Emilia Wickstead Spring 2015 Silvery iridescent fabric and a strict dress silhouette come together in collection of playful sophistication.

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3

J.W. Anderson Spring 2015 J.W. Anderson gave his nautical theme a twist, incorporating loose rope details and reverse sailor pants into his designs.

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4

Preen Spring 2015 Sporty, rainbow-colored fringe dresses were the highlight of the show.

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5

Topshop Unique Spring 2015 Flirty, sporty, graphic… and exactly what the Topshop girl wants to wear.

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6

Mary Katrantzou Spring 2015 A volcanic rock runway enhanced the otherworldly feeling of Mary Katrantzou‘s collection.

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7

Jonathan Saunders Spring 2015 The cinched bow offers a feminine, ‘70s-inspired flair.

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8

Roksanda Ilincic Spring 2015 Though the collection was characterized by graphic neon color combinations, it was this quieter, sheer black dress with black and cobalt velvet embroidery that really stole the show.

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9

Erdem Spring 2015 Jungle leaf embroideries take on a romantic mood in Erdem‘s Victorian-inspired dresses.

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10

Burberry Spring 2015 Tulle was a prevalent trend at London shows, and this sheer cranberry dress was one of the prettiest.

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11

Christopher Kane Spring 2015 A goth sailor goes to buy a prom dress and…

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12

Tom Ford Spring 2015 Tom Ford sent out an army of sexpots wearing everything from skin-tight sequined tops and flared pants to sheer dresses complete with embellished pasties.

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13

Simone Rocha Spring 2015 Simone Rocha took on a slightly more sinister approach to girly girl designs this season.

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