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London Fashion Week – 2020 Spring/Summer Collections

Starting with New York Fashion Week, Holy Fashion Month continues with London Fashion Week. All brands presented their 2020 Spring / Summer collections to fashion lovers. They are also aware that they will shape fashion and determine trends.

Even though it was less than a click away from New York, they did some excellent shows. The opening was held this year with Victoria Beckham celebrating its 10th year. Again, who designed what, who made which show, which creates which brand we liked most, we will share with you all. This will continue until the end of the Holy Fashion Month.

You can find these original pieces from their names already; we will help you to find similar clothes.


If they made the opening with Victoria Beckham, so should we. This year’s collection is inspired by all the colors of nature. Victoria Beckham always reflects her own style to her designs, doesn’t change the theme of easy-to-reach elegance and reflects the strong, bold, and unique spirit of the 70s. So I didn’t understand this, one of these designers go with the 70s, one is 20s, the other one is 50s. Tell me which one we’re going back to, according to that, I’m going to throw my mom jeans in the trash. The following David Beckham image has nothing to do with our topic; I shared it so we could be a little bit happy.

Junya Watanabe – Tan Wool Blaze

Chloé – Brown Stretch Wool Flared Trousers


That was my favorite collection at London Fashion Week. He joined forces with Gabriela Gonzalez, the muse of the collection, and created new designs called Julien x Gabriela. Macdonald, who usually doesn’t use this much pastel colors, has included pastel colors in his designs under the influence of Gonzalez. It’s enriched with ice blue and lilac colors, the collection featured shiny black and silver dresses of the 2000s, as in Victoria Beckham. They also introduced their low-cut swimsuits. I really want all of them.

Asos Design – Robe Embellished Maxi Dress With Feather Hem

Asos – One Shoulder Tulle Maxi Dress


In this collection, Erdem Moralioglu was inspired by the turbulent life of Tina Modotti, a prominent figure in society. Erdem describes Modotti as a woman of romantic and revolutionary principles. Erdem defines the starting point of the collection as, “What struck me was the combination of Victorian and traditional dresses, with layers that disappeared from the waist.” So if you have a belly like me or if you want to keep your waist secret, it’s for you. Designed looked like paintings from the 19th century coming to life. Simply beautiful. Stage design, colors, designs, models, everything creates a sense of watching a fashion show held in the 19th century. The clothes are not my style, but they look lovely as an outside look.

C/Meo – Western Detail Shirt Dress in Yellow

Asos Design – Embroidered Maxi Dress with Shirred Waist Maxi Dress


The mother of punk also showed how sensational she is with her new collection. The designer always gave the messages she wanted to give with her designs, and this time she used her usual tactic again. This time, the message she wanted to give was recycled and reflected this message in her patchwork shirts. The key point of the collection is shirts. She created a unisex collection with draped, floral patterned, striped, patchwork shirts. As always, crazy designs again.

Signature – 8 Patchwork Zip Front Mini Skirt

Acne Studios – Grey Judethe Blazer


David Koma is one of the names who exhibited his collection with the theme Safari in London Fashion Week. Although I think he is one of the few designers, who brought the boring London Fashion Week to life every year but still he is so underrated. There are definitely animal patterns in every design. It is a very stylish collection that I like very much. In fact, David Koma says that he wants to see women not only at night but always stylish with this collection. It’s hard for me, but I hope you can.

Topshop – IDOL Black Sequin Blazer

Miu Miu – Beige Animal Print Ciré Trench Coat


This year, the fashion giant, who handed over creative director Riccardo Tisci, prepared a collection in the present-day version of the Victorian era. In other words, he sent some kind of salute to the brand’s own history. He inspired by the old designs of the brand, it kept up with the 21st century and created a modern Victorian style. Of course, the Trenchcoats that came to mind when Burberry was mentioned were again the focus of the brand. Although Tisci says that Burberry is more than a plaid and trench coat, which is true, but their most iconic pieces are trench coats. Again in this brand, we see animal patterns. They obviously decided to turn the streets into a zoo.

Toteme – Khaki Pisa Trench Coat

Ports 1961 – Grey Wide Long Trousers

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