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LFW SS19 Women moodboard

The inspirations directly from the catwalks

LFW SS19 Women moodboard  The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Bye Bye London Fashion Week. Even these English days dedicated to the style of the SS19 are over and, looking at the images of the many collections, one wonders: what remains in our eyes? Impressed, there are the new philosophy no fur; the return to London of Victoria Beckham who, to celebrate the ten years of her brand, decided to parade in her homeland; the vintage rock'n roll debut of it girl Alexa Chung and, even more, the triumphant one by Riccardo Tisci at Burberry with a series of garments that, at the same time, honor and revolutionize the heritage of the British label. There are also the many worlds that each show opens: from the gypsy of Preen by Thornton Bregazzi to the pseudo-victorian delirium of Erdem and Simone Rocha; from Ryan Lo's fairytale mood to Mary Katrantzou's archive revival.

Here are the inspirations we could not live without next summer.

Art & Design

J.W. Anderson - Lynda Benglis


Eudon Choi - Ivan da Silva Bruhns


Fyodor Golan – Blondie Bubba, Jamie Adams - Thirza Schaap


House of Holland - Andrew Brischler 


Roksanda - Le Corbusier’s tapestries 


Peter Pilotto – Emile Gallè


Delpozo - “Fazzoletto" bowl by Fulvio Bianconi & Paolo Venini 

An Homage to

Matty Bovan- Jubilee & The Tempest by Derek Jarman


Gareth Pugh - Judy Blame for i-D August 1997


Simone Rocha - 16th century concubines from the Tang dynasty 


Preen by Thornton Bregazzi - The new Gypsies Iain Mckell


Kiko Kostadinov - 1940s MGM Studios sci-fi costumes


 Ryan Lo - Kiki's Delivery Service 


Erdem – Fanny & Stella