Mr. Mickey's London Fashion Week Favorites: Day 2

by Mickey Boardman
Mr. Mickey is weighing in every morning this glorious F/W' 14 New York Fashion Week to tell us about all of the clothes (and cute boys) catching his eye. Take it away, Mr. Micks!

Christopher Kane always has a stellar show and this season wasn't any different. The highlights included a group of origami style dresses that looked sexy but moved with the models as they pranced down the catwalk.

Tom Ford shows feature comfy and expensive looking couches rather then the usual teeny weeny chairs and they provide a great perch to see all of Ford's fabulous designs like this animal print suit. Meow!

Ashish is the king of sequins so naturally he's one of my favorite designers in the universe. This season I was particularly coveting this sweatsuit with long rectangular paillettes. Cozy and glamorous at the same time.

Roksanda Ilincic showed a mildly deconstructivist art-inspired collected that we loved. The colors, the cuts and the fabrics were all top drawer.

We're obsessed with the model Binx, and we loved the juxtaposition of her street style cool look and this sparkly sleeveless mini dress at Erdem.

The Burberry show is always the most luxuriously presented in London. This season I went especially crazy for the men's looks with mesh t-shirts and carpet bags!

Peter Pilotto showed a strong collection of patterns and splashes of embellishment. Riding high on the success of his Target x Net-a-Porter collaboration, this collection proved what a big talent he and partner Christopher de Vos are.

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