Fashioneyesta’s London Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015 Favourites: Day 1


Greetings Readers!

Welcome back to fashioneyesta.com!

Well its that time of year again my dears! It’s time to get ultra fashion conscious as yesterday marked the beginning of London Fashion Week!

Yes that right, once again all eyes of the press, fashionistas, and buyers from around the world are once again turned on the catwalks of Somerset House. So, with all of these amazing trends for Spring/Summer 2015 being launched, its time to take a look at them as I reveal to you my favourite designers and their collections for next years looks.

So, for the next few days come and join me as we take a look into the trends that you will be seeing showcased in your favourite fashion magazines next year.

Enjoy!

Bora Aksu

Bora Aksu’s new Spring/Summer collection this year really speaks about embracing aspects of femininity, but in an up to date way showing that being feminine cal also mean having a striking style.

His collection incorporates delicate colours and materials such as lace and cotton with cream, ivories and light blues in classic cut styles such as two piece suits, blazers and a line skirts for a traditional new presented in a new way.

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Look one: Model is wearing a pair of open toe, nude and white coloured sandals. The skirt is a whiteand nude coloured gather skirt. The skirt incorporates white lace at the front, with nude silk around the sides and lace detailing to the waist band. This is paired with a nude coloured blouse with a high neckline featuring cream lace detailing around the collar line. Along with this the model is sporting a silver and nude statement necklace and over the blouse the model is wearing a white blazer with lace detailing, 3/4 length sleeves and a straight like cut on the lapels. The look is finished off with a pair of cream sunglasses.

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Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of white toeless socks, with black sandals. This is paired with a skin coloured tunic dress with long sleeves, white detailing to the cuffs and hemline and a classic collar which is fashioned with straight line cuts. The dress also featured a large amount of white lace detailing to the torso in alternating designs.

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Look Three: Model is wearing a pair of white toeless socks with deep blue and black open toe sandals with two straps one around the bottom of the sandal and the other around the ankle. This is combined with an a line skirt ending around the knee area in a light blue colour in a classic willow pattern design which alternates  in shapes which is hugely paisley inspired. This is then combined with a simple white blouse and over the top the model is wearing a long sleeved jacket in the same colour and pattern. But with a sheer material fabric detailing from the elbow (where the pattern ends) to the cuff (where the pattern recommences.) The look is finished off with a pair of dark sunglasses.

Paul Costelloe 

Classic, traditional style is what Constelloe’s new collection is about, showcasing his new range Constelloe’s range sports classic cuts such as the a line dress and the classic mac. Reminiscing to the bygone years of Audrey Hepburn and the 60s when women where given the ability to be bold with their wardrobes.

The collection showcases flattering dresses that would suit women of all body types with beautiful metallic blues, apple green and lights blues and whites for a fresh look next Spring.

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Look One: Model is wearing a pair of grey wedged pumps, along with light white socks. Teamed with this the model is wearing a sleeveless a line dress in a deep blue colour with a circle geometric print on it.

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Look Two: Model is wearing a pair of grey wedged pumps, along with light white socks. Teamed with this the model is wearing a sleeveless a line dress in a light sea blue colour with an apple green embroidered print on it.

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Look Three: Model is wearing a pair of grey wedged pumps with a white mac style coat with 3/4 length sleeves and a raised collar and matching white buttons.

So, that concludes todays feature on fashioneyesta.com!

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I bid you all adieu until next time!

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