Vogue UK British Trend Report Fashion 2014

Burberry Prorsum dress

Burberry Prorsum dress

Mary Katrantzou: It was the season that saw architects whose fashion mark is generally print abandon that for something new. See adornment from Mary Katrantzou, bejeweled ornament desserts from Erdem, weaves from Peter Pilotto and a move to more robust pieces of shade over heaven prints from Matthew Williamson among them.

Burberry Prorsum: It was our particular harvest of Brit models that managed the runways from New York through to Paris: Sam Rollinson, Jourdan Dunn, Charlotte Wiggins, Malaika Firth, Suki Waterhouse and Matilda Lowther – what catwalks weren’t they on?

Valentino: Wrap up next season in an expending shroud or cape. Daks, Bora Aksu, Todd Lynn, The Row, Thakoon, Valentino, Peter Pilotto, Saint Laurent and Alexander Mcqueen all championed the concealment, while others put a decent case forward for layered, explanation scarves as an article of clothing in their right.

Louis Vuitton: Nicolas Ghesquière at Louis Vuitton, Jeremy Scott at Moschino, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley at Marc by Marc Jacobs and Alessandro Dell’acqua at Rochas – it was all change this season, however with incredible results.

Altuzarra: never again is it about the lip concerning excellence slants, the center is on the eye. Fluid latex in green and blue at Christian Dior, false lashes at Rochas and Gucci, glittery tops at Altuzarra and Chanel, striking pieces of color at Thomas Tait and Julien Macdonald, and thick eyeliner at Marc by Marc Jacobs.

Dolce & Gabbana: From Dolce & Gabbana’s timberland story, Alexander Mcqueen’s nod to Game of Thrones, Fendi’s thoughts on Little Red Riding Hood and Valentino’s feeling of ethereal charm, originators looked to an unusual and innovative world for their persuasion this season. Which is precisely where that cape steps in once more.

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