I liked that a Spring/Summer collection is predominately black because I find it’s the best look for working face-to-face with clients
As a central London events venue, we have been looking forward to the most anticipated week in the events calendar: London Fashion Week. In the office we like to compare notes on what shows we thought were the best and sometimes the worst!
The sales team hand pick their favourite looks to round up Fashion Week for you.
Hayley’s pick – palmer//harding
“I was most drawn to the neutral colour palette as that is what I prefer to wear. The looks are unique without being too daring which I find a lot of Fashion Week designers tend to go for, giving palmer//harding an edge to stand out.”
Olivia’s pick – Emelia Wickstead
“This collection caught my eye because of the amount of trousers in the collection. I wear a lot of trousers and could see myself in the first outfit for in the office. The jumpsuit would be great for an evening out too. I really like the gingham pattern and glad this will be a trend next Spring/Summer.”
Charlotte’s pick – Temperley London
“The colours in this collection are amazing and work really well with each other. I love the embroidery detail and I think the styles would be great for a summers evening garden party. I could really see myself in the third dress!”
Leanne’s pick - Huishan Zhang
“The contrast mix of the light blue and black is really striking. I liked that a Spring/Summer collection is predominately black because I find it’s the best look for working face-to-face with clients, at a central London events venue. Even in the summer I wear black so this collection stood out to me.”
We also noted the bold decision of Anya Hindmarch to go against the traditional runway and instead use a circular stage that the models walked across. It is a great way to transform an events venue in central London.