By Alyssa Clough

Published on February 24, 2016

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Photography by @BARNEYSNY

anya hindmarch

We feel like we’re in a video game, in the best way possible.

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Photography by @ELITE_LONDON


The rich blue carpet (and accompanying murals behind the runway) proves that a bold primary hue can act as a solid backdrop.

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Photography by @VOGUERUNWAY

christopher kane

This industrial set is moving into chic home improvement territory.

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Photography by @VOGUERUNWAY

mary katrantzou

The runway was created entirely out of shiny, foil silver balloons (!!!).

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Photography by @BUREAUBETAK

peter pilotto

Production comapny Bureau Betak created a runway encapsulated by mirrors with shiny floors similar to what we saw at Mary Katrantzou. 

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The imported, pink-painted trees were the heroes of the Preen set.

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Photography by @TMAGAZINE

faustine steinmetz

This presentation was set at the Tate Britain art museum, so was naturally more exhibit-like in nature. We’re huge fans of the monochromatic palette used.

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Photography by @ERDEMLONDON


The designer presented glamorous designs reminiscent of the ’30s and ’40s with a set inspired by opera and film sets created by Oliver Messel.

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Photography by @WORLDMCQUEEN

alexander mcqueen

The illusions created by the sheer draping and structure seating (with velvet seats, no less) has us wanting to take our dining rooms to a monochrome gray place.

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Photography by @VOGUECHINA

temperley london

This dark shipwreck has us scheming next year’s Halloween decorations (yes, really).

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Photography by @VOGUERUNWAY

simone rocha

The decadent set, located at Lancaster House, perfectly complimented the glam gothic clothing sent down the runway.

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Photography by @SHRIMPS__


The pink, gray, and white marble backdrop has us dreaming of new kitchen counters.

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Photography by @JW_ANDERSON

j.w. anderson

J.W. Anderson’s appreciation for herringbone wood floors is noted.