Kendall Jenner causes a Twitter frenzy at Giles, Tom Ford knocks off the knockoff, Hunter Boots makes their London Fashion Week debut and more of what we can't get out of our heads after this season's LFW shows.
Tom Ford's Wink to Jay Z
The designer showed two sparkly number 61 dresses, a take on the counterfeit Ford football jersey (emblazoned with the designer’s name, the year he was born and the word MOLLY) that Jay Z has been wearing and selling at his concerts for $65.
Unforgettable Minimalism at J.W. Anderson
With LVMH now invested in Jonathan Anderson's brand, we're sure to see a lot more from this newcomer after he showed his beautiful collection.
Uber Luxury at Katrantzou
She may have shocked by forgoing her signature prints, but this season’s collection didn’t disappoint on the luxury front. A number of the designer’s creations had as many as 750,000 stitches.
Kendall Jenner Walks Giles' Runway
After walking the Marc Jacobs runway, Kendall Jenner caused a Twitter frenzy by walking in Giles' show. She was also seated next to Anna Wintour at Topshop Unique, which is inevitably leading to much speculation.
Issa Does a 180
The brand is expanding its reach by offering more than jewel-toned, draped dresses. This season brought with it plenty of oversized silhouettes and Aztec prints.
Christopher Kane Knocks It Out of the Park
The designer showed arguably his best collection to date and debuted a full range of leather goods. It must be nice to have the backing of a luxury conglomerate.
Mulberry and Cara
Mulberry unveiled a new bag range designed by and named after Cara Delevingne. The bag is billed as a three-in-one since it can be worn as a backpack, over-the-shoulder or handheld. It comes in a variety of sizes, fabrics and colors.
Girly Frills at Sophia Webster
Arguably the most memorable presentation set-up, Sophia Webster converted her pop-up in Covent Garden into a “Heartbreak Hotel,” which consists of a series of uber girly rooms.
Oddball Stockings at Westwood
Hopefully these don't actually end up on retail floors, but they certainly made for great showpieces.
Hunter Makes Its LFW Debut
Blame this year's record-breaking cold weather, but it seems like there are few boots as prominently seen on the street as Hunter. Now under new Creative Director Alasdhair Willis, the brand launched a full RTW collection. Little surprise it was full of outerwear that mixed fashion with function.
TheFashionSpot's Style Editor, Sharon Feiereisen, is a freelance lifestyle writer based in New York City. Her work has been published in Newsday, The Knot, AM New York, WHERE New York, Dan's Papers, and Hamptons Magazine, among many other print and online outlets. Check out her tumblr blog, Random Happenings.