London Fashion Week 2016: Our Top Looks from Belstaff, Huishan Zhang, Mulberry & Paul Smith


With a title like Polar Pioneer, you would be right to assume that Belstaff would be taking us on a stylish expedition through winter. Amidst the high grey arches of the crypt at One Marylebone, the British brand presented a collection inspired by polar expeditions led by women- Polar Pioneer.

This combines Belstaff’s classic moto aesthetic with embroidery and patchworks of wools and skins that evokes Inuit dress. Colour-blocking in a cool, polar-inspired palette are a key part of these luxurious, wearable coats and jackets, whilst the addition of white Mongolian shearling marks a fresh direction for the brand.







Huishan Zhang

Huishan Zhang presented its autumn/winter 2016 collection at The London Fashion Week. The new looks were filled with intricate floral embroidery and soft textures.

Huishan Zhang1

Huishan Zhang2

Huishan Zhang3

Huishan Zhang4

Huishan Zhang5



Mulberry presented a clean and dreamlike spring/summer 2015 collection at the London Fashion Week. The new looks are dusty sky blues with silver embroidery and a wardrobe full of white.







Paul Smith

Paul Smith presented a stylish spring/summer 2015 collection at the London Fashion Week. The new looks had a fresh, cool and easy-going vibe. The collection was filled with large pockets, comfortable flats, oversized tailored shapes, khaki cotton trousers, large shoppers and stylish across-body bags.

Paul Smith1

Paul Smith3

Paul Smith4

Paul Smith2

Paul Smith5



Tope Ben-Ajepe

Happy, little woman and self acclaimed mixologist. The Legal Drug Dealer Tweets from @temitope_ben

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

The online destination and fashion journal that goes beyond the surface and taps the pulse on all things FASHION. First out of Nigeria and increasingly across the continent, with wit, intelligence and humour.


TSS is an arm of the RED brand, which is the continent's largest omni-media group focused on Africa's youth.