| Karin Wasteson

Fashions Finest SS19 Collection at London Fashion Week

Fashions Finest is an established and professional platform showcasing hand selected emerging and established designers each season,both from the UK and across the world during London Fashion Week. The Sybarite went along to the SS19 showcase during London Fashion Week to take a look at the up-and-coming talent on show.

International designers showcased their latest designs at Fashions Finest SS19 during the weekend at De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in Holborn, London. Starting off with Nepalese brand Gauhar which focused on oversized male garments in exotic, colourful textiles, it proved to be an eclectic, inclusive and colourful mix of styles on the runway on Saturday.

Gauhar SS19
Gauhar SS19

Next up was Misora Nakamori, showcasing an interesting white, black and metallic futuristic womenswear collection. Nakamori, who is a recent Masters graduate in womenswear at the Royal College of Art in London, describes her style as “combining decent traditional techniques and details with some accents of odd shapes or materials to suggest unique yet futuristic ideas.” One of Nakamori’s previous collections, Misora, was centred on the notion that “we are recording every day, every moment and every event in life paths, all of which build [our] current selves.”

Misora Nakamori SS19
Misora Nakamori SS19

MOODY by Louisa followed Nakamori, displaying a womenswear collection of dramatic and bold yet casual shapes in strong, vibrant red, fuschia and white.

MOODY by Louisa SS19

After that there were some tribal-inspired creations by designer Yurita Puji from Indonesia. Earthy colours like white, brown and feathers featured heavily in this SS19 collection, reminiscent in some ways of native american dresses.

High res images to come.

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