We're being inspired by the Supriya Lele presentation and the Pierre Garroudi catwalk show on the fourth day of London Fashion Week.
A sunset inspired pallet of oranges, pinks and yellows set the tone for the Supriya Lele SS19 Presentation at London Fashion Week.
Winner of a NEWGEN sponsorship, this was Supriya Lele's first presentation, combining her Indian heritage with her British cultural identity for a collection that’s practical, wearable and elegant.
Key pieces included macrame bikini tops, rushed mini skirts which can be worn layered on on their own, and a trench coat paired with a gorgeous sari style scarf that flowed across the ground.
Playful, bold and fun, the Pierre Garroudi's SS19 catwalk show at the Strand Palace Hotel was like nothing else at fashion week.
Heavily accessorised models showcased the bags dressed in vibrant and quirky combinations, including shirts as skirts, tangled knits, ruffled taffeta and expertly draped netting.
The bags were equally as eclectic, from colorful oversize carry-alls and metallic gold & silver duffle bags to faux fur animal print totes, understated leather handbags and one very shiny three-tiered cake box clutch.
With so much to take in, it’s tricky to pick out just a few stand out looks, but the most memorable included a lampshade hat, bamboo mat dress paired with sushi platter necklace, a model wearing a knitting project on her head pinned in place with knitting needles and a risqué mesh bodysuit made slightly less revealing by a strategically placed doll.