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An exuberant collection from JJ Martin of La Double J made up of highly-patterned but coordinated fabrics.


Let’s take a moment to appreciate this hyper-feminine collection from Luisa Beccaria.


We were so happy to see a new silhouette at Fendi this season.

A deceptively simple collection from Albino Teodoro who layered the bustier over tailored dresses, shirts and jackets to create an elegant collection.


Nothing too outlandish or trendy at No.21 where Alessandro Dell’Acqua celebrated the label’s 10th anniversary.

 

Sophisticated sportswear, sloping shoulders and gentle feminine touches were all the rage at Jil Sander.


Let’s wrap up London before we move on to Milan with a quick look at Roksanda’s offering for autumn-winter 2020. 


The perfect balance of hard and soft, masculine and feminine from Sharon Wauchob.


The costumes in Don’t Look Now, the infamous movie from the 1970s starring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie were the inspiration for Justin Thornton’s and Thea Bregazzi’s autumn-winter collection.


Much has been made of the fact that Victoria Beckham has introduced a “new” skirt length this season, but to be honest when combined with the show-stopping, thigh-high boots she paired them with, her silhouette remained pretty much the same in terms of exposure.


Molly Goddard based her latest collection on the nostalgia and youthful energy evoked by a single photo of herself walking with her father on Portobello Road 25 years ago. 

Designers Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong wow us with gorgeous, sculptural gowns in luxurious colour-blocked fabrics for their collection entitled “So Let It Flower” for Autumn/Winter 2020.
Wes Gordon’s second anniversary at Carolina Herrera was marked by a beautiful collection that managed to be simple and elegant in equal measures. 


A strong and powerful silhouette at Peter Do where the emphasis was on dramatic cuts and quality of the fabrics. 

We are very much on a vintage kick at the moment and it looks like Karen Walker is too. She has mined the archives and leaned heavily on popular silhouettes from the 1940s all the way up to the 1970s for this collection.


Animal print has always been a popular staple on the runway, but for Spring 2020 designers have successfully reinterpreted the trend in a variety of different ways.  



Trinidadian designer Adrian Foster returns after a short break with what looks to be the makings of a stunning new collection.


There are a lot of reusable bottles on the market but the Stay Sixty Refillable Drinks Bottle by Two Create Studio comes with a useful twist. 




The Double Cross Game by Pip Tompkin Design is both toy and sculpture.

Léon interactive light by Lewis Power was inspired by the intangibility and etherial nature of the glow of light cast through smoke and the haunting notes of the musical instrument known as a Theramin.


It's always fun when the designers at IKEA get to flex their muscles with a creative collaboration. Recent joint ventures have included projects with Virgil Abloh, Teenage Engineering and Ilse Crawford. This the Överallt collection has been described by the brand as "African rituals meet Scandi", and features products by creatives from five African countries, including Sengalese fashion designer Selly Raby Kane, South African textile designer Laduma Ngxokolo and Kenyan design office Studio Propolis.

This collection of ceramic boxes, vases, candelabras and bowls called Herzl started with a shopping trip for cheap, disposable toys on Herzl St, in Tel Aviv. From the pile of nondescript items that was acquired, a few select pieces were chosen by Studio Kahn to take part in this fun project.

Wallpaper design studio NLXL has launched a range of cane wallpapers that reinterpret the tradition of cane weaving in a new and modern way.

Pantone may just have announced that the colour of this year is Basic Classic Blue but it looks like Greenery, the 2017 colour of the year, has only just arrived on the runway.


A unique combination of traditional Bermudian architecture and contemporary, modern design, Oswego House is located on 3.2 acres of private island situated in Smith's Sound between St. David's and Smith's Islands in Bermuda.

This tangram of triangular tables called Waltzing Matilda is a work developed by Francesco Monaco with artist Patricia Lazcano Irazazábal.

These reusable straws designed by Benjamin Hubert's LAYER design agency for Surface magazine are an eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic straws.