going to start and end with four of the key trends, starting with the bling and shine, which is what I've decided to call it. Tom ford led this trend out with his models slapped in sequins and crystals, girls get ready were going to shine like a disco ball. It's not all about sequins and crystals though because we also see Henry Holland's metallic in his designs, and there very bright. Christopher Kane's creations glided onto the runway which some very futuristic designs with a multi coloured perspective. Very strange. And last but not least Topshop Unique, had some simple, elegant , inspired bohemian dresses on the walk, particular one of them worn by Cara Delevingne, with a broken mirror effect.
The next big trend to walk the catwalk this season is the floral's, yes they are back, even though I never really think they left. But this season it's feminine floral's, which again I didn't think they were anything but feminine. So they hit the runways at Burberry Porsorum, with beautiful pastel colours, which in fact the collection was named 'English Rose', brilliant name for such a beautiful collection. Designer Matthew Williamson is know for his colourful palettes and prints and this season was no exception. Emma Hill presented her last collection for Mulberry this season, and with most of her simple pieces came bright, over sized floral's.
Next my favourite trend of the season 'Cutting Edge', with classic shapes, leather and sexiness. David Koma was said to be inspired by the Japanese Samurai for his collection, and the leather details brought out a warrior-like strength. Daks went for the over sized, leather coat with added sex appeal, unlike his tartan with he is particularly known for. I personally think this is an amazing trend, not only because I am in love with leather at the moment, but because I don't think that leather has had much significance in past seasons.
The last trend which I also think is an amazing trend, and a particular favourite as well of mine is the boyish top with girly skirts. I don't think I've seen this trend in past fashion weeks, which is nice, because it switches things up, instead of bringing the same trends back such as floral's and pastels. I love it when a really pretty clothing item is switched up and made a little edgy or grungy, but on myself I've never done this, but now its a big trend I better have a go. Matthew Williamson again intertwined this trend in with his feminine floral's, by adding quite a playfulness to the feminine side of the skirt. Designer Peter Pilotto experimented hugely with his designs, and created an amazing 'geometric like' floral black skirt, with a quirky type of baggy, boyish jumper, which fitted right in with this trend. Overall I love it and I would of loved to of seen it in person.