The Best From London Fashion Week F/W22 Collections

The Best From London Fashion Week F/W22 Collections

by Jessica Gaertner - February 22, 2022
Fashion News

Week two of fashion month has just wrapped in London and each runway seems to keep getting better and better. I love seeing how designers can be so creative and unique while staying true to their own personal brand.

Here are my top five looks from some of the best LFW F/W22 collections.


A brand I love and I am so grateful to have attended one of their incredible shows in the past. Eye-catching fabrics, embellishments and textures are always brought to life with each and every collection and this one stayed true to form!

Richard Quinn

A designer that is said to have always been inspired by Paris Haute Couture. Yet he keeps his own originality through his signature floral prints and constant use of latex and fetish wear that is always seamlessly woven into every show.

Matty Bovan

Matty’s shows are always one of the most creative and imaginative to walk the runway during fashion week. He named this collection ‘Cyclone,” as he was inspired by a powerful force that causes “chaos and destruction—even beauty—in the wake of its power.”

Raf Simons

“For fall 2022, the tense, urgent shapes of his rioters and revolutionaries has dissipated into a silhouette that is abjectly elegant, with draped pleated trousers, slender cloak wraps, black blouson bomber jackets, and backpacks with silken trains.” – Steff Yotka

David Koma

To celebrate the fact that he has recently become a British citizen, David Koma let football and sportsmen be his inspiration behind the fall collection.


A brand that has recently become popular and is still on the rise. 16Arlington has been known for its use of feathers and sequinned party dresses, and has been taking the red carpet by storm as of late. One of the founders of the luxury brand, Frederica Cavenati sadly passed away last year at the young age of 28, and her partner dedicated this show to her.

“This one’s for you, Kiks.” – her partner in both life and work, Marco Capaldo.