Fashion month has come to an end and it won't be 'til September when we're treated once more to a barrage of catwalk shows, stylishly clad FROW revellers, presentations and model after-parties. Looking back at the some of the main players at PFW, we dig a little deeper at three of the week's standout trends...
No holds barred embellishment: We're seeing runway trends trickling down to high-street designs at quicker rates and when it comes to embellished garments, who better to inform next season's decked out frocks than the likes of Valentino, Balenciaga, Mugler and Balmain?
Conceptual: Unless you've received an invitation to the Met Ball or are an avid collector of architectural fashion pieces, it's unlikely you'll be taking to the streets in Comme de Garcons' samurai armour inspired gowns. Other left field looks from the AW16 shows can be found in Issey Miyake and Yunya Watanabe's collections.
Back to basics: With Christian Dior, John Galliano, Hermes and Celine working simplicity back into their mood boards, we're loving another influx of conservative two-pieces, grecian style draped maxi dresses and basic cuts.
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