Molly Goddard didn't disappoint. Who could forget the major pink tulle moment Goddard served up for Killing Eve's Villanelle). From the tulle ballgowns we've come to know and love to wearable ruched trenches and neutral-toned oversized dresses, the runway show was a true showstopper.
The fun, quirky and laid-back vibes we've come to adore from Rejina Pyo was out in full force at the brands LFW show. Bright hues of orange and turquoise were mixed with more earthy tone, while models were drenched in signature beaded bags and accessories.
House of Holland
It was all about rave culture at Henry Holland's LFW show. Pixie Geldof and fellow models walked the runway. Pixie Geldof and fellow models walked the runway in Studio 54 inspired looks, with plenty of leopard print, neon and glitter to go around.
We knew the 70s were a big theme for this year's fashion set, but Rixo just proved it. Designers Henrietta and Orlagh really took things to another level with their flower power presentation, with models of all ages and sizes dressed in paisley prints, tie-dye styles and psychedelic patterns.