Rachel Zoe’s Favorite Looks From London Fashion Week
If we had to name names, London Fashion Week would be the wild child of Fashion Month. Leave it to the Brits to unabashedly push the sartorial envelope with bold prints, kaleidoscopes of color and showstopping silhouettes. Each time a collection came down the runway, the bar seemed to raise one notch higher. Our EIC, Rachel Zoe, chose her top picks from the four-day carnival of fabulous fashion. Feast your eyes on the brilliance happening across the pond.
“Burberry outdid themselves this season. The ombre palette paired with the wide, plunging neckline and ruching takes the dress from ultrafeminine to downtown cool."
Photo Courtesy of Burberry
“The Erdem collection was so great, it’s hard to choose just one look. The bold floral trend is clearly here for spring—it was also seen on the Altuzarra and Victoria Beckham runways in New York.”
Photo Courtesy of Erdem
“This look manages to be both modern and ethereal at the same time. The fact that these pants are as dramatic as a full-length gown blows my mind.”
Photo Courtesy of Antonio Berardi
“I love seeing novelty pants being the focal point of a look. Leave it to Mary Katranzou to take a staple to such an exciting place.”
Photo Courtesy of Mary Katrantzou
“Look to Tom Ford for the perfect super sexy metallic dress.”
Photo: Getty Images
“This Christopher Kane dress is stunning, unreal, ridiculous. Kane’s use of original unique fabrics and patterns results in a completely modern and edgy take on the classic LBD.”
Photo Courtesy of Christopher Kane
“The pairing of the jewel-tone top and the long, ruffled skirt feels both classic and perfectly unexpected. It’s appropriate for a cocktail party or a black-tie art event.”
Photo Courtesy of Matthew Williamson
“It’s clearly all about the black and white trend this spring. This slimming, architectural design is a creative answer to the typical cocktail dress.”
Photo Courtesy of David Koma
"Peter Pilotto continues to dominate in the print arena. The muted colors of this matching coat and dress conjur Palm Springs chic."
Photo Courtesy of Peter Pilotto