The latest trends from London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2024 by Trendstop.

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The latest trends from London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2024 by Trendstop.

1.Eudon Choi;


Drawing inspiration from the French 19th-century Impressionist painter Berthe Morisot, Eudon Choi showcased garments with loose cuts in flowing fabrics, echoing Morisot's fluid style and subdued color palette. The collection featured precisely tailored suiting and airy dresses in cool, muted tones, offering versatile elegance. The use of soft silks and sheer materials captured the same lightness and freedom that Morisot portrayed in her work. Notably, the lightweight wool jackets showcased the impeccable tailoring that underpinned this seemingly effortless collection. Additionally, the show introduced a fourth collaborative handbag collection with Louis quatorze.

2.Emilia wictstead;

Emilia-Wickstead-Aquamarine-DressDrawing inspiration from the carefree individuals enjoying vacations on the French Riviera, Emilia Wickstead celebrated the liberated silhouettes of 1920s and 30s beachwear. The collection's standout feature was its vibrant and bold color palette, paying homage to often-overlooked Cubist female artists. This collection seamlessly blended evening column gowns and sleek sailor suits with boxy shirt and shorts pairings. Vintage influences were also evident in the decorative beading adorning dresses, tops, and miniskirts. The outcome was a modern woman's wardrobe, exuding both freedom and glamour while remaining firmly grounded in everyday practicality.

3.Molly Goddard;


In her Spring/Summer 2024 collection, Goddard's fascination with historical fashion led her to delve into and showcase the inner structures of vintage bedding and undergarments. Through the exposure of seams, zippers, bindings, and boning, the deconstructed pieces highlighted intricate fabric craftsmanship, resulting in exaggerated silhouettes with nuanced textures. This inside-out approach brought forth a profusion of frills beneath the outer layers of cotton canvas, with intentionally unfinished dresses revealing seam stitching details. The collection featured vintage dusty lemon and lavender shades, with satin-trimmed cardigans reminiscent of Victorian bedding, echoed in bag designs resembling pillows.

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