Day three of London Fashion Week brought with it some sophisticated, grown up shows. Nicole Farhi’s dramatic, Black Swan-eque collection and Paul Smith’s laid back tailoring were just two of the big names to hit the runway.
My favourite collection of the day was from Marios Schwab (pictured above). The collection was 1940’s-inspired, creating a wardrobe ideal for any vintage femme fatale.
Although this collection featured some of the beautiful, feminine maxi dresses that Williamson has become famous for, my favourite looks featured metallic brocades clashed with turquoise, orange and burgundy.
Casual but tailored, layered yet sharp, Westwood’s collection, as always, is the epitome of British style.