Discover the London Fashion Week 2021-22 Fall/Winter fashion shows followed by all fashionistas.
We are at the second stop of four fashion weeks that will allow us to witness the limitless talent and imagination of dozens of designers for a month; London Fashion Week! We have brought together the most remarkable fashion shows this week, which fashion lovers are eagerly awaiting.
London Fashion Week 2021-22 Fall/Winter Collections
Vivienne Westwood Autumn 2021 collection, created from materials that have 90% less impact on the environment, is inspired by French Rococo artist François Boucher’s “Daphnis and Chloe, 1743” from the London Wallace Collection. The sky reflected with colors and fabrics and pastoral scenes become the main theme of the season in Vivienne Westwood designs. The collection, which is full of Westwood signatures, attracts attention with plaids, snap topcoats, plaids, velvet cargo pants and tough looking sexy bustiers. Continue reading to see more from London Fashion Week 2021-22 Fall/Winter.
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi
Another brand that puts sustainability at the center of its collection in the 2021 Autumn season is Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. In response to the quarantine, the designers of the brand, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, featured wide and comfortable silhouettes in this collection where protection and comfort are at the forefront. The designs featuring large and small curves on the collars, shoulders and edges of the pockets of wide floral-patterned dresses and coats create a remarkable and elegant collection. See more collections below from London Fashion Week 2021-22 Fall/Winter.
Osman Yousefzada 2021 Autumn collection offers a perspective that reflects intercultural perspectives with its designs containing traditional motifs. Working with sustainable materials in her designs, the designer has worked with craftsmen from countries such as India, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan in this collection. For the Autumn 2021 collection, Osman Yousefzada also produced a movie called “I’m Coming“, which touches themes of unity, togetherness and healing in Karachi, Pakistan, London and the West Indies. Here, his collection is a reflection of these intercultural perspectives and is dominated by traditional motifs such as the all-seeing eye, Fatma’s Hand, fertility and power symbol pomegranate.