From New York to Paris, we are all keen to follow and catch up on all what's happening on those fashion weeks/events. This season's London fashion week for spring/summer 2019, the trends were diverse among a bunch of the most popular brands one of which is Burberry.
Concerning color schemes and palettes, they were all different this year since a lot of designers didn't just depend on summer colors such as green or yellow, but they also merged beige, browns and mixed-hues in many of their designs.
For Roberta Einer's designs, they were all driven into a comfy casual approach with popping colors. Yellow and petroleum hues are what marked Roberta's pieces. Then, Huishan Zhang had a '70s vision in which she mostly used calm summer shades. That was, for instance, clear through the bright dresses with pockets. In general, simplicity and elegance were the slogan of her designs, which made them the best choices for a night out.
Teatum Jones' most pieces were dresses of mixed colors that suited both day and night. Also, Roksanda's long and baggy pieces with their range of pink hues created a great inspiration for modest styles so hijabi's, take notes! Peter Pilotto focused the effort on magnifying the beauty of the fabrics and the interlocking patterns and colors which contrasted with dreamy chiffon and minimal designs.
Dubai, as well, had an influencing role in the fashion week where it offered a whole new show hall for new designers to exhibit their work which was a great opportunity not only for foreign designers but also for Arab talents. Lou fashion line, Also Freedom, La Bulle and Sheen were very important lines that exhibited during the big event. Esther Bou Antoun, La Bulle's fashion designer, expressed how much the fashion week gave him experience and exposure that he needed.
Because we are always keen on getting you all what's exclusive, we didn't miss a special cover for the Lou line by designer Hebatullah. Check out our video right from the London Fashion week!
Main Image Credits: Regis Colin Berthelier