It’s essential that we begin with Sophia Webster’s presentation. Indeed, RAVE is the Spring/Summer inspiration for 2015.

Meet the Lilico Jungle Platform 🌺🌴💥 #LFW

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The accessories designer has taken next season as the year of the jungle with the slogan “Jungle is Massive” on the graffiti walls of the Vault.

🌴JUNGLE FEVER for SS15 #LFW 🌴

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The wild night was mixed with party glowing lights and fluorescent beams with her impressive scenery. Not to mention the jungle rave music as the models dance away in her new collection of precious shoe pins that complete our  hot summer nights.

The models were beautifully adorned with Mayan inspired makeup — with some bright flashes underneath their dark warrior eye-make-up.

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We repeat again, her precious shoe pins complete our summer nights. The designer featured bright leopard prints, geometric shapes, aztec prints, emblazoned footwear…we seriously need to get a new shoe wardrobe.

See pics: Sophia Webster's rave-inspired collection

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 No woman can’t forget her trademark — the speech bubble clutches.

 The Graduate Showcase at Fashion Scout featured the works of a new school of graduates of 2014.

Holly Smith’s collection was on point about the cultism of social media in the world’s shift of becoming technological.

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Emma Hardstaff creates an illusion, as she reconstructs and recreates garments.

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Camilla  Grimes’ collections showcases the designers’ love for brights and animals — cats especially.

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The Manchester Art graduate’s collection celebrates everything pink, sequins, leather and brights from the indigenous Hmong tribe of Laos.

Quoi Alexander’s collection is enough to give  cosy knitwear trend an individualistic spin, as he compliments wool with tough leather.

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Rebecca Swann is another designer who weaves wool into another fabric known as mohair.

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Melissa Steel was an attendee to Vita Gottlieb SS15 show at Fashion Scout. Did anyone spot her?

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Topshop Unique is in with the sports trend. However, the designer label added the UK preppy into the collection. The show begins with school girl friendly pieces. The show progresses and the collection is teased with sheer dresses. A trip to Chelsea by day, out at the biggest London clubs by night.

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 Singer Ellie Goulding made the show by what she describes ‘the skin of her teeth‘.

Made it by the skin of my teeth the stunning @topshop #Unique show.

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 Beautiful work by  Grace Weller.

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In case you haven’t read our fashion overlook of Stockholm, you might be unfamiliar with the Swedish School of Textiles.

Felix Roll, Johanna Billeqvist, Miguel Lucas De Simas Martins, Linda Dekhlas, Anna Johansson, Gabrielle Vallejos Castro, Majli Af Ekenstam, Sara-Lovise Ewertson, Karin Mellqvist, Hanna Freese, Joanna Karlsson, Andreas Eklof,  Emelie Johansson and Masters Graduate Ina Hjelte were among the 15 designers from this prestigious school to show London their innovative of ‘thinking out of the box’. From structured fabrics and soft digital prints to weaved wool 2D-3D.

Emelie Johansson

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Per Hasson

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Andreas Eklof

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Miguel Lucas De Simas Martins

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Linda Dekhla

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Anna Johansson

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Again, the sportswear trend was spotted at Preen by Thronton Bregazzi. Not to mention elements referring to 80’s throwback of  hip hop and what seems to be Masai tribal elements.

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Temperley London’s collection has left us speechless with her show of  sheer and layering. Versatility was the key with Tempereley. At last, our Tempereley London girl is more relaxed.

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Apu Jan’s collection was refreshing with a blue palette that featured origami cuts between the Libra balance of care-free flowing fabrics against structured fabrics.

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Taiwanese singer Olivia Yen was providing the background music.

Vivienne Westwood’s Red Label featured feminine drapes, florals and polka dots against boxy-masculine tailored cut suit  and victorian-resque make-up of the thick eyes brows, painted mustaches and hats. Making a political statement about the Scottish independence.

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Mary Katrantzou didn’t do her popular prints this time.

 

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The designer wanted to focus more on detail of texture, and elevation from the digital prints.

There’s so much to talk about at London Fashion Week. Do you have any favourite designers that have shown at Fashion Scout and Fashion Week? Which designers tickled your fancy? The floor is open for a conversation.

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