Well guys, London Fashion Week came and went in a blur – as it always does. I confess, for LFW, my fingers and eyes tend to take a bit of a “snooze”. It’s an exercise of saving their energy for the dramatic inertia Milan brings us and the creme de la creme of Paris Fashion Week. And so, I do apologize that the extent of my LFW Spring/Summer 2016 runway coverage is a “best” post – but truly, at the very least, the 10 looks really are amazing!

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The Worst Spring 2015 Looks of London Fashion Week

Oh lord. For a while, I thought better of making a Worst Looks of London Fashion Week post. I didn’t for New York Fashion Week and I remember my Fall 2014 collection kind of picked on someone at LFW *cough* Vivienne Westwood *cough*. In an effort to remain kind and neutral I was exercising a great level of restraint.

But then the Meadham Kirchhoff show happened and all niceness  went out the window! Then again, maybe not. I mean, I really could have picked only looks from that collection as my worst – but then that would be mean, right? 😉 Obvs I am not mean. Obvs!

And so what we’re left with is a collection of looks from around London Fashion Week that are a bit, well: ODD!

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Best Spring 2015 RTW Looks of London Fashion Week

Happy Wednesday my fashionable dreamers. Today is the official kick of Milan Fashion Week, which is OHMYGOODNESS my favorite of all the fashion weeks. So, I am quite thrilled about that! Even more thrilling, is that there were some mind-blowing collections that hit the London Fashion Week runways. I know, I didn’t quite keep up with my coverage as well as I did for NYFW, but believe me when I say: the struggle was real!

But there will be no whining in this post! No. Only beautiful, mystical, colorful and brilliant Spring 2015 fashion, featuring some collections you may have guessed and some you may have not. Let’s get started! *drum roll*

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Burberry Spring 2015 RTW Collection at London Fashion Week

Something a bit shocking happened at the Burberry Spring 2015 Collection shown at London Fashion Week, the trench took a backseat to the denim jacket. It’s that 90’s trend that just keeps on kicking, and apparently pairs well with everything, at least according to Burberry who had a wide color palette.

It was a collection of tulle and denim, with gorgeous water colors cascading down the runway. The already iconic custom Met Gala gown worn by Suki Waterhouse shines through as the blueprint to some really soft and whispy silhouettes. And of course, Waterhouse herself was the star of the show. (Sort of a bit of a shock to see no Cara DeLevingne in sight.)

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