London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week began on Thursday, September 15th and concluded on the 20th. Designers produced a mixture of ideas compared to NYFW where many designers stuck to their signatures. London presented a new twist on fashion for the S/S 2017 collections. Earrings are increasing in size but minimizing in amount as designers like Simone Rocha, J.W. Anderson and Mary Katrantzou featured in their collections with either mismatched or (a) single ornament sized earring(s). The heavy vibe is popular as seen in the use of the statement sleeve in the collections of designers Marques’ Almeida, Simone Rocha, J.W. Anderson and Christopher Kane – puffed and some studded with crystals. The uneven hemline adds to the mismatched phenomenon seen throughout the shows. Designers like Johnny Coca for Mulberry featured jagged hems while Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi for Preen featured various hemline styles. And again, J.W. Anderson captivated fashion lovers everywhere with the use of handkerchief hemlines, as well as cutting linens straight, curving them into an S-shape and leaving the panels to spiral in ombre hues.

Photo Credits to Elle Magazine, © 2017 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved and Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, © 2017 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Founder of Nikki's Corner, the boutique agency works with real estate, food & beverage, and lifestyle brands to promote their new products and services. Notar heads client relations and work with clients to establish realistic goals for clients, introduce social media posts as part of the campaign, bring creative ideas to improve enthusiasm around working for a client, and instituting influencer collaborations.

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