It has been all about the brightly coloured prints for me at this past weekend’s London Fashion Week. We are set for a riot of bold colours and florals this AW15, and I love it. I wanted to share some of my favourite looks from the LFW catwalks with you- all really wearable, simply gorgeous and with a lot of high necklines.

Matthew Williamson AW15

I love Matthew Williamson‘s mixture of fabric textures- faux fur, silk and suede- in beautiful rich jewel tones and pretty floral prints. The Bionda Castana fringed ankle boots in his show are stunning and add great little pops of colour.

Issa AW15

Issa‘s show had a lot of geometric monochrome prints; but this clashing floral print look really caught my attention. I think the neutral-toned floral blouse goes beautifully with this bright red patterned skirt for a real statement look.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi AW15

The Preen by Thornton Bregazzi show was a true riot of colour. There was a lot of checked colour blocking prints with primary colours; but it was the richly detailed floral looks that I loved. This is a gorgeous embroidered black lace dress covered in a mass of pretty blue, red, yellow and white flowers with their green foliage.

House of Holland AW15

House of Holland was all about bright check, houndstooth, stripe and chevron prints. I love the mixture of colours in his looks; especially this pink, fuschia and burgundy combination. The cinched-in waist and neck tie are cute too.

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All images are from Fashion Radar GPS.