To celebrate the end of LFW, this weeekend we made our way down to the Old Sessions House in Clerkenwell to see Burberry's latest exhibition, Here We Are.
Celebrating British photography, the exhibition was curated by Burberry's cheif creative Christopher Bailey, Claire de Rouen owner Lucy Kumara Moore and photographer Alasdair McLellan.
Along with the collection from the brands latest runway, this exhibition was completely different to their last offerings over at Makers House. On a larger scale, the exhibition was made up over three floors with over 200 pieces of work, and we fell in love. Fell in love with the setting and the interior, the collection, the details and more importantly the photography on show. From imagery of the British army to children dancing in the street the pictures gave you an insight into all walks of life and what Britain was like all those years ago.
As for the collection, it was truly stunning. We don't want to give too much away because you simply have to see it for yourself. But our favourite part had to be the embellishment - we have never seen jewels so beautiful and probably never will.
Running up until this Sunday, October 1st, this is one exhibition not to be missed. Get yourselves down to the Old Sessions House before it's too late - you will not be disappointed.
Taking inspiration and showing his admiration for Her Majesty the Queen, Erdem's latest offering was one of true decadence and elegance.
Conducting his research under the guidance of Caroline de Guitaut, senior curator of decorative arts of the Royal Collection. Erdem sought inspiration from the 1950's era and a personal connection between the young Queen and Black-American culture.
"It felt kind of important at a weird time like this," said Erdem. "The exchange between the two worlds felt really beautiful."
Brocade coats, ribbons as fastenings on dresses, pearl and gold embellishements paired with balloon-skirted ballgowns was a collection fit for a royal.
View our favourites below and the full collection here
For his SS18 offering, Michael Kors took us to Summer in the Hamptons - or what we imagine it to look like.
With Otis Redding's, Sittin in the Dock of the Bay playing, the look of the whole show was laid back beach styles with a hint of glamour towards the end. With a pastel palette of blues, pinks and purples in subtle tie-dye of palm tree prints, paired with stark monochrome sequins and glam, MK showed us why he is one of the best.
And the most surprising element of the whole show and the stand-out trend for SS18, flip-flops - the "barefoot glamour" that gives off an overall "out of office" vibe.
"Remember when you would never have seen a girl wearing flip-flops or cutoffs in New York or London or any major city in the world?" Kors told WWD during his preview. "The reality is that that is not reality anymore. So how do you heighten that attitude of easiness to a way that works in a city?"
View our favourite below and the full collection here