MARY BENSON. AW16.

Painting the perfect picture of the rebellious and free-spirited nature of angst ridden teens, Mary Benson’s AW16 presentation, appropriately entitled ‘What’s My Age Again’, looked every part 90s teenage nostalgia. Set in Oxford Street’s 100 …

LC:M AW16. BERTHOLD.

For his 3rd presentation at LC:M, Austrian born and London based designer Raimund Berthold took inspiration from the utilitarian silhouettes of WW2 soldiers and minimalist sculptor, Franz Erhard Walther. The combination of the two seemingly opposed …

LC:M AW16. CMMN SWDN.

Bringing style across the decades, CMMN SWDN’s AW16 collection encapsulated 70s and early 80s Scandinavia nirvana. Entitled ‘Domus’, the inspiration for the collection was the interiors of childhood homes; leather couches, heavy drapery and velvet …

MELISSA X CAMPANA COLLECTION.

São Paulo furniture designer brothers, Humberto and Fernando Campana collaborate with shoe brand Melissa to create the ‘Barroca’ collection. Showing in Covent Garden’s Galeria Melissa, the range is a mix between Roman Baroque style and …

ONG-OAJ PAIRAM. SS16.

Referencing the escapist ideology of the late 50s and early 60s with a hint of ‘Herge’s Adventures of Tintin’ in the safari jackets, Ong Oag Pairam has created a collection that perfectly balances the done …

ZEYNEP KARTAL. SS16.

The sense of sophisticated elegance that is synonymous with the designs of Turkish designer Zeynep Kartal were on display for her Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Inspired by the process of women establishing themselves in modern sociey, …

TERESITA ORILLAC. SS16.

The first UK showcase for Panamanian-born Teresita Orillac was welcomed with high praise. Backstage, the young designer explains how her printed fabrics were ‘influenced by a helicopter ride over the jungle and taking pictures of …

CLIO PEPPIATT. SS16.

  Equal parts Barbie and sci-fi heroine with a dash  of ‘The Fifth Element’ thrown in, Clio Peppiatt’s SS16 “Kiss The Future” provides a wardrobe catered to the millennial woman. The South London based designer …

HEMYCA. SS16.

Inspired by the in-between space of the digital and physical world, Hemyca’s SS16 collection is the silhouette of the modern woman, with simplicity and clean lines being key factors in the designs. The fusion of …

ORLA KIELY. SS16.

Taking the audience back to an era of playfulness and babydoll chic, Orla Kiely’s Spring/Summer 16 collection was jam-packed with chunky wallpaper prints and pastel shades. Set up as a retro mini golf course, the …

PALMER//HARDING. SS16.

Referred to as ‘the shirt boys’, Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding have created an ethereal and whimsical collection that rivals the design talent of the big names of London Fashion Week. Known for their mastery …

BAARTMANS AND SIEGEL. LC:M SS16.

In a minefield of neon green fluorescent cacti lights, the modelling world’s newest faces wore Baartmans and Siegal’s refreshing and crisp  SS16 collection. As the brain child  of designer duo Wouter Baartmans and Amber Siegal, …

BERTHOLD. LC:M SS16.

In the heart of Covent Garden, the Berthold SS16 presentation showed just why there is so much buzz over the menswear industry. The Austrian born designer presented his second LC:M collection, influenced by texture and …

YMC. LC:M SS16.

Consistent to its style identity, the ‘You Must Create’  SS16 collection combined classic shapes with earthy tones and a rich colour palette of navy, nude and dusty pinks. The British label,  founded by Fraser Moss in …

SANKUANZ. LC:M SS16.

As London Collections Men dawns upon us, London once again becomes the focal point for menswear. With 80 designers on the schedule and over 100 presentations and shows, it is the biggest LC:M to date. …