London Fashion Week SS15 Day 1 Highlights

It’s here, it’s finally here! Fashion Week has hit London and the city is buzzing with excitement. I’m going to try my best and post my highlights from each day. So here are my personal favourites from day 1.

J. JS Lee

Adding a playful tone to smart dresses with high-low hemlines. Also didn’t I tell you the navy and black combo was the way forward.

Bora Aksu

Some amazing textures coming from this collection with a slight gypsy feel.


Dusky purples and feminine shapes. Also featuring delicate feathers.

Trager Delaney

I love the frill detail of the black trousers and the bold colours with white finishing.

Jean-Pierre Braganza

Monochrome in geometrical shapes and featuring more feathers.

Amanda Wakeley

Fresh whites in clean cuts and more geometric patterns.


Snuggly fluffy jackets in pretty hues. Wouldn’t really call these Spring/Summer, but still very cute.

Felder Felder

This collection just screams Woodstock in the seventies with the floaty skirts and psychedelic patterns. Who else will be swapping their wellies for colourful cowboy boots for next years festivals?

Paul Costelloe

For me, Paul Costelloe was a big favourite of mine. He’s taken us back to the sixties with the big hair and short hemlines. It looks like blue is going to be the colour of summer. I love the dainty floral prints and the swinging skirts. I think I’d pretty much wear everything!

Which were your favourites from day 1? Please remember these are just my personal picks but I’d love to hear what you thought 🙂

Now you’ve seen day 1, be sure to check out day 2!

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