While the shortest week on the international calendar, what London lacks in the number of days, it more than makes up for it in innovation.
That innovation shined in terms of coloring and patterning as London based designers displayed a refined vision packs with crisp florals and tartans as well as plenty of embroideries and decorative textures.
Riccardo Tisci’s sophomore outing at Burberry was the talk of the week and rightfully so the designer bridged innovative streetwear with a sophisticated collection. He continues to stick to the house codes leveraging the heritage trench in a unique fashion proving that history can forge a path to newness.
Designer Matty Bovan once again teamed with Coach to turn the brand ‘monogram pattern c’ on its head delivering an over the top collection that looks part Piccadilly, part shipwrecked maven, and all unconverntionally beautiful.
Designer Richard Quin helps close out the week with a fetishized princess collection that married black latex with floral embroideries. The juxtaposition was unexpected and offered a progressive take on eveningwear.
Here are The Impression Top 10 London shows of Fall 2019 that made our editorial staff and Chief Impressionist, Kenneth Richard, enjoy the shortest show week of the calendar.