With a glowing backdrop of the Italian porticoes and a catwalk clearly delineated with a white stripe to represent the street, the message for spring at Fendi was clear. This was a collection for the discerning urban woman.
The Gucci show paid homage to 1970s rock and roll, complete with military band jackets, belted coats, suede, fringe and fur. Small details such as the green and red striped straps on the bags recalled the strong Gucci heritage. Click or swipe through to see more looks from the Gucci runway.
Only one day left of London Fashion Week, but we already have a mountain of striking looks lined up for next spring. Among the designers who showcased their collections are Peter Pilotti, Antonio Berardi, GILES and Erdem.
The Tom Ford models appeared shell-shocked by their sexiness; sheer tops with bra cups, strategically placed rhinestones, metallic mini dresses and flared trousers all featured in the spring collection. The look was completed with platform shoes, heavy eye make-up, a nude lip and tousled hair that defined the boundaries of bed head. Click or swipe through to see more of the Tom Ford collection.
Under Christopher Bailey's direction, the Burberry Prorsum collection glided down the runway in colourful and polished glamour. The palette was intensely hued and the perfect balance was struck between romance and edginess, evident in the mixing of soft tulle, denim, and tailoring.
As Fashion Week moves on to London, the looks from New York's catwalks are still fresh in our minds, and not just the dazzling clothes. Here we round up the strongest hair and beauty trends for next spring.