When it comes to London Fashion Week, niche designers and environmentally conscious style takes centre stage. This year it was no different as ICON took to the British metropolis as we look at the forthcoming Autumn/Winter 2020 season.
The runway started with a strong representation of an Iranian wedding ceremony and reminds us how social and community elements affect our lifestyle everyday. Environmentally sensitive, beautiful prints and great technical wear.
Bethany Williams Autumn/Winter 2020 holds powerful meaning this season as the collection celebrates the bond between mother daughter, sister, childhood and family. Pastel colours meets relaxed, oversized and comfortable silhouettes.
Edward Crutchley’s latest collection is a conscious collision of different ages that take inspiration from all the ethnicities. From loud Hawaiian shirts, to voluminous suits and overcoats.
Inspired by traditional clothing of the 1950’s Korean War, Münn Autumn/Winter 2020 combines vintage and modern cuts using recycled and environmentally conscious materials.
With her latest collection, Bianca brings back her Caribbean roots through colours, shapes and curves created and interpreted in a new, distorted way.
8on8 took on Playboy mansion vibes for Autumn/Winter 2020 for a very individual reinterpretation of 90’s fashion – a tribute to a golden age.
Military camouflage, earthy tones and the colours of nomads meet relaxed tailoring shapes and luxury silks. This is fused with sportswear elements for street appeal.
Astrid Andersen Autumn/Winter 2020 is a modern reinterpretation of the past. Sustainable printed furs are styled with technical sporty silhouettes and pays homage to the punk colours of the ’70s. Really well executed.
Versatility is the cornerstone of the latest collection from Studio Alch where detachable pieces and the introduction of denim come into play.
Colours, patterns and overall vibes of the Feng Chen Wang collection is inspired by a recent trip of the designer to the Wuyi mountains in China. The result? Technical wear combined with relaxed tailoring.