London Fashion Week has again swept out of town for 2017, leaving behind nostalgia, pops of colour and collections styled around the Britain of the past. London-based designers like Mary Katrantzou sent clothes down the catwalk that looked back to childhood pastimes. That’s prints reminiscent of Lego bricks, fabrics that suggest paint by numbers and arms full of friendship bracelets. Britain’s fashion powerhouse, Topshop, didn’t disappoint with a show soaked in vintage-look fur coats, slightly sci-fi silver trousers and silky tracksuit tops for a luxe feel at an affordable price. Looking at the social media data, this was the most talked-about show of the week. Other British talent on show included Christopher Kane’s floral and sheer pieces that used bold colours in reds, pinks and yellows while playing with references to 1940s’ housecoats and a new silhouette. The names on many people’s lips were London’s bright you things, Michael Halpern, Matty Bovan, and Marta Jakubowski who pushed the envelope with stylish sequined efforts from Halpern and sleek and beautifully placed ruffles and leotards from Jakubowski.
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