London Fashion Week is undoubtedly one of the biggest fashion weeks in the international fashion zone along side the Fashion Weeks of New York, Milan and Paris. The famous apparel fashion show is hosted in London each year, twice- one in February and another in September. The show is organized through BFC (British Fashion Council) and has been running since 1984. The present venue for maximum on-schedule events of LFW is the Somerset House, central London. The show hosts latest fashion works by some of the rising and eminent fashion designers from all over the world. The London Fashion Week 2013 was held from 15th of February- 19th February, 2013.
The LFW 2013 Fall season was on for five days featuring fashion works from an extensive set of international designers such as Peter Pilotto, Simone Rocha, Sophia Webster, Pringle of Scotland, Antonio Berardi, Holly Fulton, Margaret Howell, Sister by Sibling, Daks, Bora Aksu and many more.
Day 1 (15th February, 2013) in London Fashion Week 2013 featured collections from Zoe Jordan, Fyodor Golan, Jena Theo, Bora Aksu, Felder Felder. KTZ, Eudon Choi, Jean-Pierre Braganza etc. Day 2 (16th February, 2013) had models cat walking for designers like Daks, Sister by Sibling, Christopher Raeburn, Antipodium, Jasper Conran, Orla Kiely, Jasper Conran and many more. Day 3 (17th February) of LFW 2013 showcased designers like Holly Fulton, Emilia Wickstead, Margaret Howell, Kinder Aggugini, Nicole Farhi, Temperley London, Mulberry, Mark Fast, Unique. Day 4 (18th February) featured designers like Peter Pilotto, Louise Gray, Christopher Kane, Huishan Zhang etc. The final day (19th February) displayed works from Simone Rocha, Paul Costelloe, Lucas Nascimento, Anya Hindmarch etc.
In regards to color, the LFW 2013 was mostly focused on a sweet feel with candy and inky shades. Plastic-coated skirts, tops and wool coats were the dominant trends for the Fall 2013 London Fashion Week. Peter Pilotto’s LFW 2013 have earned loud cheer and applause from the crowds. The designer duo was much loved for their El Greco inspired dazzling collections complemented by dynamic patterns and vibrant colours. They were mostly applauded for their signature 3D prints and sculpted silhouette which were the modern touch up for medieval references.
Beautiful maxi dresses from Milanoo