We came, we saw, we conquered. After five days of shows, a handful of swanky soirees and one artsy exhibition, London Fashion Week has officially wrapped. Here’s a quick rundown of what you may have missed.
First and foremost, designer Erdem Moralioglu celebrated the big 1-0 with a knockout collection that featured design signatures like lace and floral prints. The standout show was staged inside a theater with a dirt runway (yes, that’s a thing now). Later, Burberry Prorsum took the whole Mother Nature thing to the next level by setting up camp inside a greenhouse at Kensington Gardens. As a special bonus, the tech-savvy brand partnered with Snapchat to document the experience, from backstage hair and makeup to runway shots and front row candids.
Meanwhile, Louis Vuitton debuted its Series 3 exhibition with a star-studded crowd that included the likes of Catherine Deneuve, Michelle Williams, Georgia May Jagger, Katie Grand, Poppy Delevingne, Selena Gomez and a pair of Harajuku girls — naturally. The fashion exhibit centers on the making of Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière’s fourth collection.
And last, but certainly not least: Miu Miu. The brand made its way to London with LOVE magazine to throw the biggest party of the week at Loulou’s, the iconic members-only club. Alexa Chung and Suki Waterhouse showed up. So did robots, geishas and a pair of ponies. When in London, right?
Now, on to the clothes. To check out the best looks of London Fashion Week Spring 2016, click on the gallery above.