London Fashion Week F/W 2014 - Antonio Berardi, Simon Goa, Tom Ford, Huishan Zhang, Todd Lynn

Antonio Berardi
Antonio Berardi designed his ready-to-wear ensembles with a contemporary and intricate style. The collection features skirts, close-fitting dresses and meticulously tailored jackets and tops with elaborate sleeves.
Each piece of clothing has a unique pattern and shape, similar to the rest, but with a twist.

Laced-up gladiator style heels which vary in length pull the line together.
The dominant colors on this runway include black, white, other neutral tones and a dash of emerald green.


Simon Gao

Simon Gao’s collection featured clean cut, neutral-toned clothing in shades of predominantly black, gray, dark green, and brown.
The line is mostly composed of dresses and skirts. Understated and blended patterns create an intricate effect, yet contrasting fabrics make these looks a bit edgy and dramatic. Flat sporty shoes complemented the outfits quite well.

Tom Ford

Ford's runway was dominated by leather, leopard prints, fur and only a sprinkle of sequins. In contrast to the glitz and glam of last year's runway Tom presented mostly low key pieces, with more emphasis on the fabrics.

Huishan Zhang

Zang’s line features short, long and tea-length flowing dresses and skirts made from lavish fabrics. Dresses accented by angular coats or contrasting fabrics create a complementary effect. Prominent pieces include intricate patterns overlaid on solid dresses and tops. The looks were tied together by alternating black or white floral knee-high hosiery.

The collection features creamy whites, shimmering silvers, rich golds, solid blacks and some pop of color, namely blue and rose.


Todd Lynn

In the event that anyone has forgotten that black is a fashionista's color of choice, Todd Lynn’s runway definitely reminded us of that. With sharp lines, clean cuts, and close fits the clothing had an androgynous and fierce, edgy look.
A few grey as well as silver outfits, stood out in various fabrics and textures.

Combat and stiletto boots paired with skirts and tops kept this runway stylish but intense. The looks vary from flowing dark dresses with plunging necklines to sharply angled, high collared coats.


  1. I am a big fan of the sharp angles and the color black that Todd Lynn has created. I tease and say that I have been in a perpetual state of mourning for my entire life. lol

  2. I really like the Tom Ford line as well.
    The white pencil type skirt would go with anything!


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