The Highlights of London Fashion Week Spring 2019
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The Highlights of London Fashion Week Spring 2019

As fashion month makes it’s second stop, check out some of the standout looks and moments from the fashion capital of the UK.
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Serving Sex at Christopher Kane

Inspired by a pair of barely-there, scrap-of-lace thongs designer Christopher Kane found in a sex shop in Tokyo, the sex-positive collection elevated gag underwear into a waist-snatching, BDSM-inspired accessory. With dramatic silhouettes like oversized shoulder pad inserts, the collection is a seamless merging of the hyper-feminine and the hyper-masculine.

Finding Roots at Burberry

In his first collection for Burberry, Riccardo Tisci pays respect to the fashion house in a jaw-dropping, 134-look, monster collection. Riffing on iconic motifs and pieces such as the beige trench coat, patterned scarves, and plaid, Tisci’s collection is imbued with a reverence for the fashion legacy that precedes him before the helm. Anchored in the classics, this collection marks the first chapter of Burberry’s new direction. 

Celebrating 10 Years of Victoria Beckham

From singing to dancing, to designing—Victoria Beckham simply does it all. At her eponymous fashion label, she proves that she can do it all by ringing in a full decade since she made her first foray into the fashion world as a full-fledged designer. Bidding girl group stardom farewell, Beckham has found a home in fashion, with this fashion week marking a major milestone. 

Prints on Prints at Erdem

It’s absolutely certain that no one could have possibly fallen asleep at the Erdem show this season, with the 48-look collection being a pointed use of bright colors, large floral prints, and dramatic veiled hats. Perfect for a mysterious garden party, the runway show debuted a whimsical fairytale of a collection.

“London is Burning” at Gareth Pugh

In honor of his friend and mentor, legendary stylist Judy Blame, who passed away in February, the runway was vogued the house down at the Gareth Pugh show. Pulling notes from drag culture, the show was transformed into a ball, where dancers made their way down the runway in bodysuits, full masks, and thick-soled, rave-ready stompers. Complete with BDSM elements on full display, the latest collection is simply another day in the life for the British designer.

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