LFW Highlights Autumn/Winter 2015

3 March 2015

The first fashion week of the year is over in London. In case you haven't been keeping up with the latest trends for Autumn/Winter 2015-16, we give you a round-up of our favourite 5 looks from each of our favourite designers.

1. Emily Wickstead

A master of great shapes in dusty colours and perfectly executed prints. We never thought a fur stole worn as a bag would look so effortlessly chic.

2. Julian Macdonald

A collection worthy of the red carpet. A parade of stunning dresses in intrinsic lace and primary and metallic colours that will make anyone look like a million dollars.

3. Markus Lupfer

Camouflage has never been this cool. Do you want to blow everyone's mind with a statement accessory? Just carry your pet bunny around, cosier than a bag.

4. Lucas Nascimiento

Great leather pieces mixed with knit wear and floral prints. Just the kind of outfits you want to wear to the office and the jumpsuits you want to wear after.

5. Holly Fulton

'50s American housewife from the suburbs goes to the city for a shopping spree.  A colourful collection that experiments with all materials. Statement coats and embellished skin-tight shirts perfectly worn with leather, tulle tops with impossible shapes and silky palazzo trousers.

6.  House of Holland

Cool and effortless. The cute mini skirts with opaque black tights is all a Londoner wants to wear when the cold hits. An enormous mohair coloured gilet over a pair of leggings for the perfect city look.  A black scarf lace up around your neck will be your favourite accessory.

7. Matthew Williamson

The perfect boho collection from the master of prints and colours. Every piece is to die for, every floaty dress created with beautiful prints is casually mixed with suede fringe ankle boots in a bright colour. An autumn collection that will make you think of a lifetime of summers.

8. Temperley London

A game of exotic aztec and floral prints over stunning metallic and sheer maxi dresses and culotte sets.

9. Topshop Unique

British style represented to the max by this collection. Flirty mini skirts, polo neck and flares combo and gorgeous touches of marabou feather decorating coats and tops. Simple but exciting combinations that will dress any Londoner next Autumn/Winter.

10. Jonathan Saunders

With a sweet '60s feel, Saunder's Pop and Op art collection with a clever use of colour and shapes in perfectly styled shift dresses.

11. Erdem

A look back into the '50s when opulent fabrics and vintage looking pieces were mixed with exotic lace embroidered dresses and maxi skirts with knit wear.

12. Burberry Prorsum

A collection full of prints, patchwork and pattern, fringed ponchos that took a stellar spot leaving the trench coat to a second best. A folk inspired collection where fringe skirts moved gracefully along with boxy embellished tops, trench coats in different prints and ponchos worn with leg-lengthening boots in dark tones.