With the whirl of the world's fashion weeks behind us, we've had a little time to digest some of the fantastical creations the elite designers of the fashion industry displayed and process how this will have an influence on our interiors in the coming seasons. There's an undeniable and expected synergy between the fashion and interiors worlds - with fashion leading the way, be it with a colour, a texture, a pattern or an era. London Fashion Week's Fall 2015 shows offered inspiration aplenty in terms of what we can expect to see cropping up in homewares trends over the next 18 months.
The Mod squad were out in full force! With Topshop, Burberry Prorsum and Matthew Williamson all focusing on a 70s vibe, David Koma and Daks took this a little deeper by re-igniting the iconic Mod aesthetic. Think colour blocking, monchromes and straight lines...
Featured designers: David Koma & DAKS.
Not ones to shy away from going "all out" the fash pack sure did embrace fringe and not just a little! With the likes of Pavane, Timur Kim, Julien Macdonald, Burberry Prorsum and Issa all having a binge on fringe...
Featured designers: Pavane & Issa.
Fade Fringe Floor Lamps from £845.
We may be running the risk of sounding like a broken record with this next trend but we simply can't get enough of it - PINK! First outed on New York's runways, London followed suit with pink in every shade and texture. We can understand why, the longer this colour sticks around the more we fall in love with its femininity, versatility and simplicity.
Featured designers: Emilia Wickstead & Toga.
Chablis & Roses Sofa, from £1120.
New York Fashion week witnessed an abundance of fox fur, whilst in London we went for something with a little more snuggle-ability (yes, that is now a word!) and a whole lot more cute-cuddly thing friendly - Mongolian wool...
Featured designers: Sass & Bide and Holly Fulton.