Fashion changes every six months, the prime intention being, your wardrobe needs to change half yearly. While not all of us change our wardrobe every six months, the ongoing Spring Summer collections being showcased in fashion capitals across the world want us to buy new clothes. But at the ongoing London Fashion Week we spotted dresses which go beyond mere clothes for your social life. So here is a quick guide to the non-apparel utilities you can shop from the runway.
Global warming is fast changing our weather and that is why Burberry had a collection which knew how to rainproof your body. Do not confuse it with Burberry’s classic gabardine trench coat. This year it had a range of raincoats to offer starting with millennial pink. Believe it or not, you could have also shopped for PVC pipes at the Spring Summer collection by Gareth Path at the London Fashion Week. The designer had also taken care of your garbage bin liner requirements.
Your Halloween costume needs can also be met fresh off the cat walk with Turkish designer Dilara Findikoglu’s creations which blended Victorian Goth with satanic energy. It surely saves the energy you may have spent on planning a Halloween costume. There exists an outfit for every mood and occasion and London based designer Jack Irving knows exactly what you should pull out of your wardrobe when you are asked out for a pool party by an alien. His intergalactic creation addressed all such clothing needs including a camouflaging outfit to hide from unwanted guests in your house in the garden.
Creativity knew no bound at London Fashion Week.
The London Fashion Week this year truly went Avant garde allowing you to shop for more than just clothes.