2. Tommy Hilfiger Takes Over The Tate Modern
We know, Tommy Hilfiger is about as all-American as you can get, but the designer enlisted a host of local talent for his latest #TommyNow show, held inside London’s Tate Modern Museum. Think Naomi Campbell, Georgia May Jagger and Jourdan Dunn, as well as Formula One Driver Lewis Hamilton, who continued his menswear collaboration with the brand.
3. Roksanda Rules With Colour
“I loved the colour palettes and texture that featured throughout Roksanda’s collection,” says InStyle fashion editor, Lucy Wood. The label can also claim one of the most stylish front rows of the season, with our very own Cate Blanchett sitting pretty in an uber-chic sky blue suit.
4. Big Coat Energy At JW Anderson
With his knack for knowing what will resonate with the modern woman, it’s no surprise Jonathan Anderson dreamt up a collection of clothes that was unlike anything we’ve seen, but immediately felt so right—who wouldn't want to snuggle up to that giant coat? “JW Anderson edged more into couture territory with his oversized proportions, bubble silhouettes and shaggy textured details," says InStyle market editor Lulu Custance. "Each look was enough to make my jaw drop with creative wonder.”
5. Burberry Checks In
How many ways can you wear plaid? According to Burberry, the sky’s the limit. Creative Director Riccardo Tisci put the label’s signature check front and centre this season, covering gloves, dresses, bags, shoes and much, much more with the classic motif.