Our favourite​ collections from London Fashion Week A/W 19

Another London Fashion Week has come and gone, and we are here to show you our favourite collections from this year’s A/W 19 shows.


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Alexa Chung isn’t a “newbie” in the fashion community. The model turned television host turned published author and now fashion designer debuted her newest collection for the second time ever at London Fashion Week.

In May of 2017, she officially launched her brand and we have been obsessed with it ever since.

Her newest collection was inspired by the idea of women escaping to California’s Big Sur in the 1980s to go “off the grid”.

“So here we are with ‘Off The Grid’ – a gaggle of women have retreated but there’s safety in numbers. They’re regrouping and plotting somewhere on the West Coast where nature is so beautiful and big … Deep beneath the soil, in an underground bunker a new form of beauty is preparing to grow up.”

Pringle of Scotland :

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From a newer brand to one dating back to 1815, Pringle of Scotland defiantly brought their “A Game” this season with their newest collection.

The company is well known for its knitwear ever since they started producing cashmere in the early 1870s.

This season, they went ‘back to basics’. And we mean, way back. For Pringle of Scotland, this doesn’t mean creating minimalistic clothing but instead going back to the basics of beautiful yarn.

The A/W 19 collection was a celebration of yarn and two centuries of knitting knowledge.

Pringle of Scotland quite possibly created the warmest, comfiest and most historical collection of all of London Fashion Week.



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