British artist Henry Moore provided the inspiration for luxury label Burberry's latest collection at London Fashion Week on Monday, with models strutting amid his sculptures in neutral designs influenced by his work.
London was the top city for luxury store openings last year due to its gateway status and appeal to Chinese shoppers, a new report shows. But Paris came in second place, ahead of New York, Dubai, Hong Kong and Milan.
At Mulberry, creative head Johnny Coca took inspiration from the aristocracy's life in the countryside, showcasing tweeds, lace and embroidery Sunday, plus equestrian quilted capes and blouses with knotted scarves.
British designer Anya Hindmarch offered a colorful Scandinavian-inspired selection of women's accessories for next winter at LFW on Sunday, presenting a luxe line-up of satchels, handbags, outerwear and shoes.
Hussein Chalayan returned to the London catwalk Saturday for the first time in 16 years, giving us pieces inspired by Greek folk culture, and an explosion of glitter. But at its heart the collection embraced minimalism.
Eudon Choi drew on his menswear background with a vision of tailoring that skirted the traditional and felt fresh and new at London Fashion Week in a palette of grey, white, black, petrol, chartreuse and burnt orange.