Our Favorite Looks from London Fashion Week

On September 16, New York Fashion Week drew to a memorable close. Less than 24 hours later, London Fashion Week began. In the world of fashion, moments of rest are few and far between, but that half hysterical, half fabulous force which drives immaculate design is what keeps us coming back for more. Blog Editor Jenn and Fashion Writer Annie have compiled their favorite London Fashion Week looks (and marker drawings) for you to enjoy!

Totally inspired? You might want to check out meticulously draped ModCloth pieces like the Desert Sands Top or Waterfall Into Me Top!

We’re inspired! Interpret this look with floaty floral chiffon like the Bright Up Your Alley Dress, the Papermaking Party Dress, or the Blooming Tea Dress.

Love the textural twists and turns of these dresses as much as we do? Try out the Petal Perfect Hat, White Chocolate Mousse Top, Ruffle Effect Dress, or It’s a Skirt Night.

Try creating your own romance with tops like the Poised and Ready Top or Giving Me Frills Top, and pair it with the Takin’ It Easy Pants or Team Lead Pants!

What are your favorite looks from London Fashion Week?

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4 Responses to Our Favorite Looks from London Fashion Week

  1. Julie (ModCloth) 09/23/2010 at 7:31 pm #

    Personal favorites: Felicity Brown and Erdem. Felicity Brown’s dresses look like liquid paints mixed together. I haven’t check out any other designers from LFW, so I’m glad to have stumbled upon your favorites here. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Jenn (ModCloth) 09/23/2010 at 7:49 pm #

      Isn’t Felicity amazing? If you liked this season, you have to check out her last collection too. Very different shapes and silhouettes, but same gorgeous colors and craftsmanship.

    • Hannah (ModCloth) 09/23/2010 at 8:30 pm #

      Gah, yes! Felicity Brown’s stuff is awesome! I love volume.

  2. Amanda 09/24/2010 at 9:32 am #

    I love the Peter Pertlotto and Erdem, but Mulberry is so boring and the Felicity Brown set reminds me of tissue paper flowers I used to make in PreSchool. I really tried to like the Felicity Brown, though- because at least it’s SOMETHING, you know? It stands out.

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