With the whirlwind known as London Fashion Week officially over, we’ve finally had a moment to look back over all of the amazingness delivered to us on the catwalks and bring you the collections that truly wowed us at Yayer.
London Fashion Week is renowned for being the most creative and innovative of all the fashion weeks around the globe. And this year it didn’t disappoint!
On day two, LFW’s rising star Nasir Mazhar delivered his Autumn Winter offerings for 2014. The spirit of the nineties still reigns in the fashion world and this look was totally TLC meets modern day grunge. Perfect!
Mazhars fierce looks and fierce girls delivered a collection made up of glammed up sportswear, baggy trousers, fur lined bombers, cropped tops and some seriously bad ass space boots that we all want at Yayer HQ.
Long live the 90s!
Each season a new generation of fashion graduates attempt to announce their presence on the scene. Young designer Louise Alsop certainly impressed us with her grunged up yet contemporary collection.
Alsop’s collection featured unfinished hems, heavy layering, graphic printed coats and a palate of monochrome and pastel tones. With embroidered words fraying from her tees, this looks to be her stand out signature style. Not many designers can so expertly deliver a strong signature at their very first fashion week. Defiantly one to watch!
Another young designer, Min Wu proved that the UK is delivering some seriously awesome new designers to keep the fashion industry on its toes. Recent graduate Wu delivers minimalist inspired silhouettes with elements of futuristic and surrealist influences.
The surrealist aspect defiantly influenced her presentation, with her models taking slow yet choreographed paces around the room, circling one another until three lined up side-by-side to pause and give those in attendance an opportunity to approach and view the collection.
Again, layering was a key element of this collection as well as texture, ombre dyed fabrics and chunky clear platform shoes that brought a futurist influence to the outfits. Once more we saw 90s inspired hairstyles on the models; heavily gelled and braided hair, pulled into knotted buns. Totally babeing.
Across LFW last week, we clearly saw that the nineties influenced styles are here to stay. Designers such as Jonathan Saunders, KTZ and Preen brought some of our nineties favorites to the catwalk including bomber jackets, sweaters, crop tops, oversized knits and chunky platform boots. All of which delivered a laid-back tomboy aesthetic to the catwalk.
At Yayer, we have been rocking the nineties vibes since the very beginning so we’ll be sure to bring you all the essential Autumn/Winter pieces you’ll need. Get updated when new stock hits the site by checking us out on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.