Fashion week big four

fashion week big four
  • Victoria Beckham

    Victoria Beckham

    This collection marked Victoria Beckham's 10 years in fashion, and her first show in London. It wasn't a collection honouring the past seasons, but instead a jubilant look forward fusing all the codes of her brand. A family-filled row provided the best Sunday morning cheer up the fash pack could have asked for.

  • House of Holland

    House of Holland

    Fast, speed, dynamic - this collection looked to the pace of how we all live now. This was then interpreted in bright-coloured tracksuits, glistening party dresses and festival-ready raincoats. Layering is the busy gal's best friend so this became the collection's most-relied upon styling tool. We've taken notes.

  • Molly Goddard

    Molly Goddard

    No one makes dresses as lovely as Molly Goddard but for this season they've got a little sexy - Adwoa Aboah's first look came slashed to the midriff. Elsewhere, flowers met with gingham ruffles for a pretty pretty take with a difference.

  • Matty Bovan

    Matty Bovan

    Now in his second season showing independently, Matty Bovan's collection are more confident than ever. Ball gowns were jovial crafty mash-ups, while machine-made knitwear was a new addition that felt like natural progression. Colours galore. Matty flies creativity's flag high.

  • Richard Malone

    Richard Malone

    Richard Malone is fast becoming London's true champion of sustainability. The designer has also placed it at the forefront of his vision. For SS19 he has taken his sculptural silhouette and expanded into new fabrics and shades. A stellar show!

    See week the show in full here.

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  • Marc Jacobs

    Marc Jacobs

    Frills and flounces, pastels and veils, rosettes and feathers - more is was totally more at Marc Jacobs. Keeping the couture-like touches of last season, the SS19 collection explored fabulous party dresses, '80-style blouses and OTT volume in exaggerated proportions.

    See the show in full here.

  • Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

    Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

    Horror films are becoming Raf Simons's go-to for inspiration at Calvin Klein 205W39NYC. This season the shark teeth were out as Jaws motifs came emblazoned over tank tops, worn with folded-down floral skirts and the addition of mortarboards. "These are clothes for the everyman, even if the styling would suggest otherwise," wrote Vogue's Anders Christian Madsen in his review. "On this occasion it came with harnesses and garlands with fringing, ringing in the underwater graduation spirit, while trendy oversized check blazers – an ongoing fashion staple right now – added ever-important normative codes."

    See the show in full here.

  • Coach


    The Coach set always sets the mood for the collection, and for SS19 a giant dinosaur overlooked the catwalk as models including Kaia Gerber, Selena Forrest and Fran Summers walked the walk. As to be expected with Coach, prairie Americana ruled with varsity jackets and muted pastels joining the pack. And what about those Aristocats jumpers!

    See the show in full here.

  • Michael Kors

    Michael Kors

    If your missing the summer already then scroll through Michael Kors's SS19 collection for a total return to the best of seasonal dressing. Florals, cotton dresses, surf logos, stripes and the perfect beach cover-ups are on the agenda. Out favourite look? Ruth Bell's three-piece suit.

    See the show in full here.

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  • Rodarte


    The Mulleavy sisters have long been the reigning queens of the pretty dress, even if they do usually come with a slightly subversive mood when placed in a catwalk context. Prettier than ever, the explosion of frills and flounces was enough to brighten the New York City skies. Your prom next year? Look to Rodarte for the ultimate inspiration: sheer fabrics, feminine frills and dare-you metallic fabrics.

    See the show in full here.

  • Escada


    Back on the catwalk and turning heads for all the right reasons. Quite simply a collection we could walk right onto the street in and live a full life in. With a focus on the German brand's heritage and '80s heyday, a year into his role designer Niall Sloan championed crisp shirts and logo mini skirts, bold-shouldered double-breasted blazers and neck scarves for a final homage to the decade that was. Into it. Romantic florals offered a more contemporary addition, especially when styled with everyone's favourite: the bum bag.

    See the show in full here.

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  • Longchamp


    What do you get when a Paris brand shows in New York City? A celebration of late nights in LA, apparently. The 70th anniversary show was a celebration of the '70s: all fringing, frills, florals, cowboy shirting and Ikat printing. Kate Moss and Kendall Jenner - both longtime collaborators of the house - sat front row in looks that could have been right from the '70s, or Paris's Rive Gauche.

    See the show in full here.

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  • Eckhaus Latta

    Eckhaus Latta

    This design duo have long placed a focus on craftsmanship in their work and this has remained for SS19, bold turquoise, autumnal (for summer) rusts and gentle lemon becoming key shades. Reviewing the industrial-backdropped show, Vogue's fashion critic Anders Christian Madsen said of the output: "This designer duo represents an intense expression of the woke mentality of the new generations, whose quest for authenticity sometimes results in a throwback to hippie conditions." The hippie conditions? Well that is in reference to the children that played percussion as a diverse cast of models paraded through a workshop-esque set up.

    See the collection in full here.

    Luca Tombolini /
  • Ralph Lauren

    Ralph Lauren

    Celebrating 50 years of Ralph Lauren, the American powerhouse marked the occasion with a chic evening of patriotism, style and - of course - house signatures. Gigi Hadid might have closed the womenswear section in a rich-hued patchwork gown but there was much more to this collection and celebration of half a decade than evening wear. A huge number of models took to the Central Park catwalk in all that has made Ralph Lauren so relevant since 1968: varsity slogans, lumberjack checks, chunky knits, elegant dresses, and all created for all the family.

    See the show in full here.

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  • Jeremy Scott

    Jeremy Scott

    A Jeremy Scott show is always going to be fun, fabulous and filled with colour. For SS19, the designer's shade of choice? Fluro. Whether in dainty mini dresses or shiny dungarees, the Jeremy Scott girl is not going to go unnoticed. Unless she wants to, and that's when the complementing khaki comes into play.

    See the show in full here.

    Yannis Vlamos /
  • Tom Ford

    Tom Ford

    Glamour, glamour, GLAMOUR. Tom Ford is never shy in letting the fashion world know that he loves to live life on the glamorous side. Ford devotees will be ecstatic to see that for spring/summer 2019 he's not letting any standards slip and fully returning to the aesthetic he championed through his work at Gucci in the '90s. Backstage, the designer told Vogue fashion critic Anders Christian Madsen: “I became a fashion designer because I wanted to make men and women feel more beautiful and to empower them with a feeling of confidence. A feeling of knowing that they looked their best and could then present their best selves to the world." Who can argue with that?

    See the collection in full here.

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