Proof London Fashion Week and NYFW Are Exactly The Same, As Demonstrated By Stripes, Florals, And Insane Headwear

Last week, American designers took over the city during New York Fashion Week, making us dream and drool over their Spring 2015 collections. No scroll through Instagram, Twitter, or a Facebook feed was sans street-style photos, by-the-minute show recaps, and front-row candids of celebrities. And if you thought it was over, you might as well shut down your laptop and your phone for September, because Fashion Month is upon us, continuing this week with London Fashion Week. Already, Emilia Wickstead, Sibling, J.W. Anderson, Marchesa, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Marios Schwab, Paul Smith, Richard Nicholl, Matthew Williamson, and Mary Kantrantzou have sent their looks down the runway. And in high anticipation are Burberry, Tom Ford, Christopher Kane, and more.

However, even though London Fashion Week is only into day two, it seems that trends for Spring 2015 have already been birthed via the intersecting designs between New York and London designers. From bright florals to stripes and headpieces fit for a queen, the similarities are already making it known what we will most likely be seeing in store windows and even our closets next season. Take a look at the designers whose mood boards must have looked awfully similar as they prepped their latest debuted collections.

Bright Florals

Marchesa at LFW

Michael Kors at NYFW


Preen by Thornton Bregazzi at LFW

Tommy Hilfiger at NYFW

Major Headwear

Sibling at LFW

Thom Browne at NYFW

Feminine Skirts And Dresses

Emilia Wickstead at LFW

Cushnie et Ochs at NYFW


Paul Smith at LFW

Suno at NYFW

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