Day 2 of London Fashion week and the day kicked off with Dak's collection, which featured tartan, quilted fabrics and leather, which is looking to be a key trend for Autumn/Winter with leather skirts, tops and dresses featured through-out many designers collections.
For me the favourite of the day is Kinder Aggugini who's gathered fabrics and monochrome chic screamed out sophistication at the highest level, perfect for that lady-like look I've grown so accustomed to.
Another collection that stood out to me was Louise Gray, she used colour's, prints and layers of fabric to create multi-dimensional looks with a fun twist.
John Rocha used textured fabrics to create a volumized silhouette, this mixed with a few pieces of sheer fabric gave the look an unexpected edge as the sheer coincided with the volume to make the look more feminine.
Issa London was another of my favourite's, the collection was a mixture of 70's glamour dresses and Parrissiene chic which juxtaposed each other but created a beautiful harmony with the luxurious cuts and fabrics.
The day also featured the likes of Clements Ribeiro and Betty Jackson, along with Charles Anastase Jaeger London, House of Holland and Jonathan Saunders.
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