3 Shows We’re Looking Forward to at London Fashion Week

Our senior style & market editor is off to London! Here, he shares his can't-miss collections and must-have survival gear

J.W. Anderson Spring 2015

J.W. Anderson spring 2015 (Photo: Anthea Simms)

J.W. Anderson: My love for this man runs so, so deepand it’s not just because he’s a total babe. His New Age nautical-themed collection last season gave new life to the oldest spring trend in the book. What will he remaster next?

Erdem Spring 2015 (Photo:

Erdem spring 2015 (Photo: Anthea Simms)

Erdem: This really nice Canadian boy seriously shows no signs of slowing down. The eternal romantic has been killing it this season. Seen on throngs of celebs on the red carpet (like Lily James at last night’s Cinderella premiere in Milan) and on magazine covers everywhere, Erdem can’t stop, won’t stop.

Mary Katrantzou Spring 2015 (Photo: Anthea Simms)

Mary Katrantzou spring 2015 (Photo: Anthea Simms)

Mary Katrantzou: A favourite of FLARE‘s and of mine. Since she moved away from the expected prints she was doing so well season after season, Katrantzou has be wowing us with her new ideas.

On My Packing List

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Nike Air Force 1 High shoes, $100,

I bought myself a new pair of Nike Air Force 1s. This is probably the 10th pair I’ve bought in my life (I’ve been wearing them since high school). Not only are they the most comfortable shoe I’ve ever worn, they go with everything. One pair of shoes for fashion week? That’s right!


With most likely no time to eat, these 100-percent natural bars are going to keep me going throughout the day. Shockingly, even with no sugars or other unhealthy crap in there, they still taste delicious.

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