Watch The Best Of London Fashion Week With FashionTV’s Latest Video
Whether you went mad for the metallics at Burberry, holographic plastics at Jonathan Saunders, or diaphanous goddess gowns from Issa, this London Fashion Week brought a little something to the table for everyone this Spring 2013. FashionTV brings the highlights from the top fashion shows with our LFW clip review online!
Front Row Seats
Who needs to get hot under the collar running from show-to-show, miss the intricate design details because you didn't make it to the front-row, or simply long for an all-access backstage pass to see the models and their masters in action? Well, FashionTV viewers certainly don’t!
We present to you -- from the comfort of your homes (or, offices!) -- the very best of London Fashion Week. Bringing you exclusive footage straight from the catwalk for your viewing only.
The notoriously bold, eclectic, and playful style of LFW is back with a vengeance.
Pathing the Path for New Talents
London, is one of the leading centers of fashion, where new designers boundlessly roll out of fashion school and bring with them new, innovative, and experimental fashions that quickly get lapped up by talent scouts and fashion editors.
Nowhere is this more prevalent than in London, where the likes of print goddess Mary Katrantzou, NEWGEN, and Unique Topshop designers get the chance to quickly make a reputable name for themselves. Just take a look for yourselves.
This year, Unique Topshop took a more sophisticated approach, under the creative control of former British Vogue fashion director Kate Phela, and FashionTV can’t get enough of those super swingingly voluminous looks.
Meanwhile, with our London Fashion Week Review, see British models Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn rock the runway for the likes of Issa; get whisked away by the creative talents of the Felder Felder twins; and enjoy a dollop of sugar and spice from Christopher Kane with his hyper-feminine collection this Spring.
This LFW we particularly loved the 1950s-meets-modern-woman look from Temperley London, as well as main highlight: the hat revival from the legendary Philip Treacy. Treacy dressed his all-black cast of models in 37 pieces owned by Michael Jackson, including the infamous red Thriller costume. Fittingly, British models Jourdan Dunn and Alek Wek were there on the catwalk to carry Treacy’s message of “black female empowerment.”
Miss anyone? See your favorite runways from London at fashiontv.com/fashionweek where you can catch all the latest news, pictures, and catwalk shows and ogle over the luscious designs and mad creations.
Join the fashion pack as we take you deeper underground to experience the character, talent, and spirit of London Fashion Week.