T by Alexander Wang Autumn/Winter 2014

For Autumn/Winter 2014, T by Alexander Wang gives a nod to sports luxe with quilted trousers and jackets, and comfortable, loose jersey. Cosy-looking pieces are then placed in contrast to Wang’s signature sharp, defined silhouettes, made playful with bright pops of colour, such as neon pink and yellow.

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

T by Alexander Wang AW14

Images courtesy of Vogue UK

Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2014

At first, I didn’t think Marc Jacobs‘ Autumn/Winter 2014 collection was that interesting at all, however, after taking the time to flick through it and observe each piece, I’m looking at it in a whole new light. The collection is comfortable and relaxed, perfect for when the weather’s not at its best, and the palette is a light, soft one, with (sometimes pastel) hues of white, brown, blue, grey and purple. I’d call this effortless but effective!

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Marc Jacobs AW14

Images courtesy of Vogue UK

Fyodor Golan Autumn/Winter 2014

In comparison to previous seasons, Fyodor Golan‘s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection seems to have taken an experimental turn from the usual elegant aesthetic we’re graced with. Out of this world metallic dominates the collection, accompanied by neon pink jackets and skirts. It’s crazy – crazy good!

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Fyodor Golan AW14

Images courtesy of Vogue UK

Nasir Mazhar Autumn/Winter 2014

After winning the British Fashion Council’s Fashion Forward prize for this season, Nasir Mazhar was bound to astound with his Autumn/Winter 2014 collection. As thigh high boots, sporty jackets, crop tops and metallic skirts are thrown together, it’s clear that this collection is all about the strong, urban woman.

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Nasir Mazhar AW14

Images courtesy of Vogue UK

Love This: Miista “Isabella” Pink

London-based women’s footwear brand Miista is one of my favourites, and I absolutely adore their “Isabella” style, shown here in pink, but also available in mint and lavender.

Pastel tones is right up there as one of my favourite recurring trends, and Miista is, without doubt, doing it perfectly. With a brushed antique leather finish and a contrast wood and Lucite heel, these give a punch of soft, charming beauty.

Miista Isabella style heeled sandals pink

“Isabella” Heels by Miista, £225.00. miista.com

Images courtesy of Miista

To Watch: Ukrainian Womenswear Brand IVANOVA

Founded in 2007 by Ukrainian designer Lena Ivanova, IVANOVA is a young, fun and flirty womenswear brand that deserves more recognition than it currently attracts. With a sizeable following in Ukraine, particularly in Kiev where the brand and Lena are both based, IVANOVA has already started making its mark on the fashion world, however it’s only now that Lena is pushing the brand outside Ukraine, which undoubtedly promises to bring some exciting prospects for IVANOVA’s international development.

Simple, “cute” dresses, inspired by those of a school girl, and unique digital print, as well as quality fabrics and urban-contemporary edge, are all aspects that add to IVANOVA’s appeal. Lena is incredibly observant of her surroundings and, consequently, draws inspiration from an array of sources, including her friends, family, art and the Bible, and it’s because of Lena’s observant, perfectionist nature, which she pours into each and every one of her collections, that IVANOVA will do superbly.

Here’s an insight into IVANOVA’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection:

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

IVANOVA SS14

Images courtesy of IVANOVA