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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | September 19, 2020

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Best of LFW

Best of LFW

| On 02, Mar 2015

Last week we browsed the runways of the Big Apple, but this week it’s onto the home of Big Ben, London Fashion Week.

This week, London became home to more than the British monarchy, but to fashion royalty.

Our favourite collections – and newest inspirations are:


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Cara Delevingne has rekindled Burberry’s relationship with the youth market over the last few years. This season was no different with Burberry taking a very youthful and bohemian approach to the Autumn/Winter collection. There was an abundance of patchwork, embroidery, whip stitching and quilting, creating a very whimsical yet confident collection. The front row was equally as exciting, with Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Jourdan Dunn all coming to view the daring and creative campaign.


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Topshop Unique 

Always one of the standouts of the LFW experience, Topshop did not disappoint. The models were fresh-faced with windswept hair and donned versatile, contemporary pieces. The collection was charming, something you’d imagine frolicking around the English countryside in, with flowers in one hand and champagne in the other.


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Sass and Bide 

Our S&B babes have once again represented Australia spectacularly on the international fashion stage. Although Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton are no longer creating our S&B garments, the new collection and the new era of Sass and Bide by Creative Director, Anthony Cuthbertson, has definitely not fallen short of amazing. There was a strong Japanese influence and a lot of sharp angles. It was dark and mysterious but definitely still designed for the confident and sexy Sass and Bide customer.