London Fashion Week SS16 has been and gone once again unfortunately I didn't get to attend any shows but that's where social media comes in! I think London was quite fun this year and the designs are making me want summer back now! I can't believe we are officially in AUTUMN already I better start shopping...

I have put together my favourite pieces and shows for you. Believe me I could of added a whole lot more! 

Holly Fulton remodelled 70s chic with retro prints and swirly motifs a very fun collection and I don't know about you but I look a shift dress there was plenty to be had. Did you notice the hair sticking up a little? This is the new hair trend apparently the "woken up" look.

Orla kiely models strutted their stuff on a miniature gold course, inspired by the stepford wives it was entitled "It's a Birdie". The collection channeled 70s to a tee with pretty separates in her signature prints and hues - bright yellow, pastel pink, and lilac. 

Bora Aksu colourful collection was inspired by summers spent in Turkey as a child. The ethereal silhouettes, organza and intricate detailing were simply stunning.

I have to admit Alice Temperley was my favourite show of all focusing on a palette of yellow, dusty pink, blues and greens and pretty embroidery. The outfits flowed beautifully & were loose-fitting perfect for the summer heat.

Topshop is the only high street brand at LFW and according to them we will be wearing floral dresses, red lips, leopard print & show stopping gowns with added fur. I think the FROW caused more of a stir than the actual show.

The night before the Burberry show you could preview the beautiful collection on snapchat which is super cool right?! 

I couldn't take my eyes of the black and gold combined with lace & military detailing. For shoes open caged heels & erm pool slides why the hell not?! One of the items that caused the most attention a Backpack yep you heard me 

Issa was inspired by geometric patterns and the dresses were full of bold prints. The white   outfits with cutwork & crochet stood out the most to me. I think the collection is totally wearable and I'm sure the high street will design their "version".

Anya Hindmarch in one word quirky the designs were all about graphic chevron, leotards, sweatshirts and novelty bags even throwing in boots and natwest logos. The catwalk came alive with mirrors!

Which was your favourite show?

Liz xx

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