1. Danielle Scutt:
I just love this low cut leg. It's a little Barbie-ish but just the right amount, and it oozes sex appeal.
2. Louise Goldin:
This show was without a doubt one of the best in London. Her colors and shapes were outstanding and perfectly suited for spring. It's amazing what she has created with knits. Very Bold and innovative.
3. Peter Jensen:
There's something really awkward about this perfectly put together look and I think that's why I like it so much.
Totally gloriously 80s, but looking so much cooler. The blazer is a key piece for next spring. I've already started wearing them, and man, they make every outfit look way cooler.
This reminds me of Alice in WOnderland in the best way possible. I love the blues and the contrasting fabrics. This is a little more feminine than what I'm usually drawn to, but I would definitely wear this dress ALL THE TIME.
Super nice retro-futurist trench.
Perfect younger adaptation for my obsession with lady-like dressing. I really love the colors and the subtle detail in the off- colored "patch" pockets. The shoes are also super cute.
If you ignore the unfortunate model and styling, you can see that this little trench-dress is perfect and luxurious.
And then amazingly, in the same show as the trench were these two wild and fanciful dresses. A little incongruous, yes, but it doesn't make them any less wonderful (although the first one reminds me a lot of Hussein Chalayan and the second one seems repetitive of flower dresses seen in the New York runways).
6. Louise Gray:
Love everything about this. It's simple yet incredibly detailed, bold, feminine and a little off. I would live in this dress.