Mary Katrantzou was a mixture of colour contrast, lampshade-like skirts and patterns you'd find on vintage interior or crockery. She pushed the print boundaries with these jaw-dropping, vivid designs, potentially becoming one of my favourites in LFW.
Body Amr showcased block coloured dresses in metallic shades, either fitted or draped, with silks and fur elements taking the stage throughout. All the models had dark lips and scraped-back hair, adding to the elegance the designs gave off. His sleek, classic designs didn't fail for the new season.
I could have cried when I found out Thomas Tait is the same age as me and has already had his second collection showcased at LFW. His designs focused on a palette of black, ivory and navy, with cutaways, tailoring and structured half-skirts over trousers or silk skirt.