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Fashion moves quickly, and as soon as the shows start they are over again. The SS19 shows were a blink or miss is affair.

Well never fear, because we have compiled the best brands to wear in 2019.

Tom Ford

 

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Tom Ford opened New York with a sensual and sexy show. This collection was seriously covetable, we loved the tonal head to toe colours that were so chic,

Loewe

 

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Under J.W Anderson this Spanish brand has come on leaps and bounds. SS19 is a stellar season for Loewe. With technical skills and crafts shown through a plethora of garments and accessories this was an advanced collection.

Versace

 

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Donatella Versace is riding a wave of success on the back of her brand’s commercial achievements in the past season. This collection was a redux of nostalgia and everything that we love about Versace, all blended with a modern twist.

Opening Ceremony

 

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We loved the representation in this collection with every model a member of LGTBQ+ community. From drag queens to non-binary personalities, this show had it all. This is the level of acceptance we should see in all areas of life. Kudos to Opening Ceremony.

Brandon Maxwell

 

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This was such a celebration of colour, Maxwell combined such a beautiful spectrum of jewel tones, that this show was never going to fail.

Valentino

 

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Pier Paolo Piccioli has made a beautiful and fluid collection. This was a super sensual collection, full of things we really want. We loved the hats, and the bold use of colour.

Givenchy

 

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Megan Markle’s go to brand served us an epic collection for SS19. We loved the bold jackets, the nipped waists and the strong use of colour. This is a great progression of a historic label under new direction.

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Marc Jacobs

 

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Jacobs proved that more really is more, with a show stopping away of garments. This was a retro collection that felt very modern.

Richard Quinn

 

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Off the back of receiving the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design from the Queen herself. This season built on the success of AW18. There was boldness to this show, with full black looks, animal print, feathers blended with Quinn’s signature florals.

Victoria Beckham

 

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This collection was a celebration of 10 years of her brand. Beckham did not disappoint. We adored the hot red, tan and pale blue, something we will all be adopting. Notice the details in simplicity, the way the trousers fold, the way the waists are synched. Beckham is not to be ignored she is a serous designer with serous talent.

Prada

 

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Prada did what Prada do best; Prada! This was a great collection that whilst offered nothing ground breaking, makes getting dressed next season an absolute dream.

Erdem

 

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Erdem felt very prim and proper, for good reason, this is one of HRH the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite designers. Blending florals with polka dots, lace and prince of Wales check this was a beautifully considered collection.

Kate Spade

 

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With the brands first runway collection since the death of its founder and namesake, this show had a lot riding on it. However, with new creative director Nicola Glass’ direction the brand is heading in the right direction. With a colourful and kitsch collection, SS19 looks bright for Kate Spade.

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Miu Miu

 

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This collection had a great use of textures with silks, knits and leathers this was as a sensory dream. We especially loved the shoes and bags in bountiful quantities.

Marni

 

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Marni is a smaller yet punchy label. We love the way that Francesco Risso (formerly of Prada) has transformed this label. Note the bold coats, the print play and the colours used. All topped off by exceptional accessories and styling, a stunning show.

Fendi

 

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SS19 has Fendi mixing leather, plastics and furs with bold and bright colours. We are very excited to explore rich chocolate browns with orange for SS19.

Salvatore Ferragamo

 

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This collection had great accessories, with stunning clothes to match. We loved the rich warm colour palette, purple, pink, red and spicy blues sat well with tan.

Balenciaga

 

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Love it or hate it, you have to admit Balenciaga has got style. Under creative director Demna Gvasalia Balenciaga has become a cult brand and this is a brand we will be seeing a lot of in SS19.

Chanel

 

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This season Karl took us to the beach and it was an absolute holiday. Models walked through the ACTUAL WAVES ON THE ACTUAL SAND, before emerging on the board walk in CHA and NEL coordinated slides.

Working with the house codes that he defined in the 90s; Lagerfeld gave us a retro modern look at next summer, this was a great season for Chanel.