Our Favourite A/W 2018 Catwalks

Our review of the top shows from the A/W 2018 catwalks. If you have already read our recent blog on our fave trends from the season, this next instalment is a must!

Now onto the Shows!! 

Balenciaga - love love love, it was instant! Our fave takeaways are the coats on coats look!! Want this now please!! The layering just looks so cosy and cool! Love the mix of colours too, we will definitely be giving this trend a try for AW.  

Off-White - we are totally biased when it comes to this show, almost loving before we’ve even seen it! Our takeaways from this show have to be the statement silver dress, such a party piece for autumn. Loved the blue on blue prints and the subtle tweed is a great one to get you into the trend. 

Fendi - this was the show that finally convinced us that tweeds were a thing - as always they do it so well!! Love the little fun skirts, the boldly branded sweats, and as always the coats!! They always get this sooooo right. 

Balmain - it's over the top, showy and totally not practical - and those are all the reasons we love it! The crazy 80’s colour palette was a bit too much on some styles, and he sent so much silver down the catwalk it was definitely a point to take note on. Some of our fave pieces were the wrapping styles, which he has taken into sheers, a lovely move on from the wrapping bandage styles, and love the nude pink slouch lounge suit. A very beautiful nod to the 80’s. 


Alexander Wang - he is another who can do no wrong in our eyes! We loved the simple palette and the on-point branding, fierce attitude and total cool of this catwalk, he never fails to disappoint. The soft grey jersey pieces looked super cosy and loved the silk prints which added a little softness to the collection. 


Please note all images are from Vogue Runway

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