This year’s London Fashion week was one of the most extraordinary to date, with incredible textures, use of fabrics and bold bright primary colours.

Pringle of Scotland set an exceptional standard, delivering a stunning vibrant collection that was not only reflected in their inimitable style but also in their diverse selection of models.

It could be argued that knitwear is one of the most difficult mediums to work with, however, this design powerhouse showed the world how it should be done. The collection featured strong structured checks and fringing that produced a magical, breathtaking look.

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A designer who stood out from the crowd was the remarkably talented Oliver Spencer.

The show, held at the British Fashion Council's central Brewer Street location, was adorned with his trademark checks and stripes, off set by sumptuous earth toned top coats and jackets that transcended traditional casual chic. This colection took men’s wear fashion to an entire new level.

I was inspired by the attention to detail of Marianna Jungmann who featured a model in beautiful boho chic sewing effortlessly at the heart of her presentation. It was a theme than ran throughout her collection.

Clio Peppiatt engaged her audience by mixing striking red and black bodices with lace and leather.

Asil Polat delivered an enchanting assemblage that explored femininity in a playful youthful style. Her collection combined ruffles and pleating with satin, cotton and just a hint of the supernatural.

One of the highlights this year was Sadie Clayton’s ingenious presentation, which used animated holograms in deep set black boxes instead of models.

The collection utilised her signature blazers, tonal embroidery and embossing techniques. However, this season she has also extended her range to parkers with detail on the cuffs and collars. Martine Jarlgaard went for a similar approach utilising augmented reality 3D glasses.

Manuel Facchini delivered an unearthly collection, inspired by his love of architecture. The main theme was the exquisiteness of underwater sea life. This aquatic undertone was united with dazzling in house production, styled by Kim Howells, that left viewers in a state of complete submersion.

The BFC show space highlighted talents from the Heavy London Collective, including Florence Bridge and Tugcan Dokmen.

Korean brand Nasty Habit, introduced a virile style of tailoring with conceptually pieces designed specifically for women.

Julia Seemann’s unique punk rocker chic collection was vibrant and thought provoking, and the Goods Agency was king for your essential summer shades.

Swarovski Atelier delivered an extraordinary presentation of elegant and refined jewellery and Kim Kwang came top of the list for fresh and funky must have footwear.

Vassily Skinner’s bag collection took you to that happy place and was, quite simply, exquisite fun.