They just keep getting better and better. Anya Hindmarch had planet lollipops while House of Holland took guests back to their childhood with fake tattoos that surprisingly looked pretty good. Dying for a cup of tea? Use Mulberry’s mini cup and saucer which came in five different shades, representing the colour scheme of the new collection.
Designers really upped their game this season. The Mulberry dogs were back with a new addition, Turbo the bulldog, while live music from a grand piano and cello played during Erdem’s monochrome show. The most creative award has to go to Anya Hindmarch for her aerial catwalk featuring hanging handbags and Cirque du Soleil style dancers.
New York, Paris and Milan may always embrace heels but London was a different story. Pool sliders, loafers, flatforms and boots were showcased by designers at the shows as well as by guests attending. Fashionistas rejoiced as they learnt that flats were the way forward for another season. Motto in London: no pain, no shame.
Cara Delevingne was again the centre of attention for the entire week. From being interviewed wearing a balaclava to being photographed in a burger outfit – this girl surely knows how to get some publicity. It looks like Cara may have to watch out for the new It girl in town. Sam Rollinson got her big break at last season’s shows but the model managed to stay on top this fashion week by walking for the most designers.
The One Direction star got editors in a frenzy this fashion week. He was spotted on the front row of several shows and displayed his fashion-forward side in leopard print at Burberry. Fellow celebrity guests couldn’t get enough of him even though he seemed to be looking at anywhere else but the catwalk. However, Harry didn’t manage to escape criticism – everyone was begging for him to get rid of that swept back hairstyle.