It’s London’s time to take the fashion spotlight and over the past week some of our favorite designers have stunned, wowed and shocked us with their chic creations. Below we have a little about our favorite shows from LFW, thus far.


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The Burberry Prorsum Spring 2014 runway had it all; sex appeal, fresh spring hues, perfectly tailored outerwear and prints ranging from the classic to the eclectic.

We particularly loved the use of muted hues like pale mint, creamy camel and blush pinks. Our favorite aspects of this collection were the very wearable skirts, ranging from stripe printed to totally sheer. The outerwear, ranging from candy colored embellished trench coats to oversized cropped jackets, was delightfully feminine and chic. In terms of the models they strutted down the runway with center parted wavy hair and a fresh faced makeup look that is sure to be a huge trend for spring 2014.

lwren1lwren2L’Wren Scott

The 16th century Japanese theme was clear at the L’Wren Scott show where we saw kimonos, obi belts, Japanese garden inspired prints and plenty of sleek and slick elements to match the time period of the theme.

Overall the collection was delicate and feminine with a fearless edgy. The use of primary colors like red, blue and yellow made for an interesting addition to the eastern style pieces. One of our favorite things about this collection was all of the wearable separates, like Japanese floral printed midi skirts, tailored jackets and cropped trousers. We also noticed that a belt at the natural waistline was a recurring element within the collection, giving the dresses a very flattering sense of wear-ability for the everyday women.

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Bright colors (namely a slew of fluorescent pink pieces), geometric hemlines and prints, as well as sexy sheer accents flooded the Preen Spring 2014 runway at LFW.

First off we have to talk about the colors, the range of pinks from pastel to neon, the crisp baby blues and bright sunny yellows were stunning.  In addition to those bright fun spring colors we also saw plenty of classic neutral colors like a series of white on white ensembles and a few fresh and modern plays on the classic little black dress. One of the reasons we love this particular collection is because it brings together modern, edgy and geometric elements while still embracing the fun and freshness that we expect to see on a spring runway. 

tom1tom2Tom Ford

The pressure was certainly on Tom Ford to deliver a stellar collection since he has been one of the most talked about designers this season and by the looks of it we can confidently say he succeeded in doing just that.

Tom Ford showed a collection that was clearly aimed at the strong, powerful and very chic woman. This collection had it all, from structured suits and outerwear to psychedelic printed dresses and separates, all dripping with sex appeal and an edgy flair. There were bodycon leather looks, long sleeved metallic mini dresses and powerful commanding suits, all of which we loved. One of our favorite aspects of this collection was the use of texture with shimmering mirrored elements and a series of lace pieces as well. This runway show was clearly an homage to the stronger side of spring and we can’t wait until we inevitable see some of these pieces on our favorite Chicistas in the near future.