Meadham Kirchhoff added colour to its Fall/Winter 14 collection.
The design house was one of the last shows to be seen, bringing London Fashion Week to a close yesterday.
Designers Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff showed off their latest creations at the Topshop Show Space, leaving fashion lovers with a taste of bold colours and flowing dresses.
A mint blue dress incorporated lace and flowing fabrics, and also included a matching face veil for the model.
The collection had a vintage feel, using red velvet and included flapper dresses as well as lacy blouses.
Metallic materials were also heavily utilised with a loose, gold dress, an iridescent purple coat and red shiny knee-length boots.
Models also donned rainbow stripped platform boots and glittering heels in keeping with the vibrant and fun collection.
SIMONGAO was the very last show, and presented a striking collection.
This was the Chinese born designer’s first runway exhibition at London Fashion Week.
Piles of fake snow adorned the top of the catwalk, showcasing the Fall/Winter 14 designs.
Coats featured heavily in the collection, in whites, blacks and bronze colours.
Belts added detail to the many winter wrap-ups, with clothes being layered for a signature style.
Heavy fabrics such as wool, fleece and leather were used for the outerwear designs, and the sound of wind could be heard instead of music to bring the atmospheric collection to life.
British popstar Rochelle Humes from girl group The Saturdays sat front row with her husband Marvin, taking in the final minutes of London Fashion Week.
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