London Fashion Week Spring 2011: The Ten Best Collections

London Spring 2011 was hands down my favorite fashion week ever. Shocked, are you? Once you feel the energy, see the masterful technique, and find yourself wide-eyed by the innovation, you'll understand where I'm coming from. Here are my ten favorites. Additionally, I must send out a big thanks to Swarvoski, not only because they sponsored my trip to the UK, but also because they underwrote almost all of the very best shows at LFW. If not for them, some of these collection mightn't have happened.
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London Spring 2011 was hands down my favorite fashion week ever. Shocked, are you? Once you feel the energy, see the masterful technique, and find yourself wide-eyed by the innovation, you'll understand where I'm coming from. Here are my ten favorites.

Additionally, I must send out a big thanks to Swarvoski, not only because they sponsored my trip to the UK, but also because they underwrote almost all of the very best shows at LFW. If not for them, some of these collection mightn't have happened.

Richard Nicoll

As I said in my review, I want it all.

Emilio de la Morena

Perfect palette. Perfect shapes. Perfect fabrics.

Henry Holland

The designer took a giant leap forward with this collection.

Erdem

This collection was more of the same, but simply exquisite.

Louise Goldin

A small and strong collection.

Hannah Marshall

Unexpectedly great workwear.

Holly Fulton

This designer's a true original.

Christopher Kane

Neon, neon, everywhere.

Burberry Prorsum

A strong commercial showing.

Meadham Kirchoff

This collection made people uncomfortable, which usually means it's really good.