At London Fashion Week there is no time to get bored. In no sense. Because, in addition to elapse from a calendar to the top (between parades, presentations and parties, it is difficult to find a hole with nothing to do), is built from the work of firms that advocate, above all, for fun.
Fashion shows thus become a true fashion party and, in particular, accessories: it is through them how you live.
In this edition, where the Spring-Summer 2019 collections are presented, several designers have agreed on the idea of including in their proposals very (but very) crazy accessories. All of them with an underground point that (in case they are forgotten at some point) reminds the attendees in what city they are.
So much so, that the parades seem more like an extravagant song to detail, to the curious object even, than a traditional way of teaching a global proposal. Here, the styling plays an essential role: the outfits are rounded and even complete thanks to a headdress, a necklace, a wig. Clothing by itself does not convey a message as powerful as the one that counts when accompanied by these elements, as if they were the emphasis of the discourse.
Some of the firms that embrace this idea are Nicopanda (in the cover photo), Pam Hogg, I Am Chen or Matty Bovan, all of them synonymous with creativity and innovation when it comes to fashion.