We give you the latest on what's going down in London with a daily update fresh off the runway. Here's what went down on the fourth day of LFW:
Inspired by Psych rock and the Summer of Love, the duo behind Peter Pilotto, treated us to a psychedelic experience worth remembering. Lots of basic silhouettes like a-line mini dresses and tapered skirts were made exciting via resin embroideries, graphic mixed stripes, and random shapes and doodles in lots and lots of punchy hues. All in all, it was an entirely youthful bunch that packed a punch. (See full collection here.)
Three things: black, sheer, and bad ass. These were the statements made by Tom Ford’s Spring 2015 offering. Generally a pitch black line with only a few appearances of barely-covered but embellished mini dresses, Tom Ford delivered a confident knockout collection that killed it for the win. (See full collection here.)
Up-all-night texturized tresses with gunmetal smoky eyes supported TomFord's smokin' line.
Christopher Kane created an ode to his professor and mentor at Saint Martins, the late Louise Wilson, through the reincarnation of his early ideas from his fresh-out-of-school-days. Did we mention the palette was also from the colors of his school uniform? Tying together the show was a sophisticated play on ropes and coils from being mere hemlines to full-on appliqués. Kane also inserted eruptions of sweet peeking tulle on dresses and skirts, and trendy leather joggers which our closets will very much welcome with open arms. (See full collection here.)
Here's the list of shows you can look forward to, tomorrow.
Photo from Londonfashionweek.co.uk