Sep 22, 2016 | Latest Posts, Our London, Stories

It is the time of the year when you learn what’s IN and what OUT of the season. All fashion enthusiasts tune in and observe what fashion designers, brands and houses have in store for next season. This week we got the chance to glance at the new autumn/winter collections of some of London’s hottest designers. London is part of the Big Four fashion weeks and every February and September gives you the chance to step into the life of  fashion insider and browse through the latest designer collections.

The shows are scattered throughout London, from Somerset House to Soho and all the way to the prestigious Saatchi Gallery. We visited Saatchi Gallery to attend a number of fashion expert talks, and glance at the exclusive shop – straight from the runway. Also in a nutshell we couldn’t miss the opportunity to enjoy some of the designer runways and sat front row of two impressive catwalk shows: Sibling and PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi.

Winning multiple awards, Sibling is known as London’s most rebellious knitwear brand. Their style is easily recognisable and popular for the happy, fun and colourful aura the designs portray.
PREEN by Thornton Bregazzi
No-one brings together fierce tailoring and girly dresses with a spark of punk better than Preen. Catering for the modern rebellious woman, Preen’s designs are born in the famous Notting Hill area of London. Have you ever tried to achieve a romantic, fierce yet effortless look..? Well that is exactly what Preen stands for.
We were absolutely blown away by the incredible designs and jumped at the opportunity to examine the must-have pieces at exclusive insider prices. If you ever have a chance to attend a catwalk show, our advice is to not let that opportunity escape. Go with the flow, experience the buzzing atmosphere and let yourself be inspired by the dynamic of each design.


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