10 Outrageous Outfits From London Fashion Week

17/09/2014 18:14 | Updated 20 May 2015

London Fashion Week is all performance. It's about pioneering key trends for the next season and showing exactly how to wear them in style.

While the catwalk is designed to transport us to a farfetched fantasy world of fashion, it's not always so wearable. As in, not the kind of thing you'd wear into the office or in public. Or ever.

Following a fabulous week of shows we've rounded up 10 of the most outrageous looks from the Spring/Summer 2015 runway. Yes they're completely OTT and we probably won't see them on the high street, but we kind of love them.

Because nipple pasties are a a little too "out there". The bow works, though.

Sibling - Runway RTW - Spring 2015 - London Fashion Week

2. Sophia Webster

Think Amazonian bikini-clad woman in designer heels.

Sophia Webster: Presentation - London Fashion Week SS15

3. KTZ

How to put that old lampshade to good use and get serious about sun protection.

KTZ Catwalk - London Fashion Week 2014

For those shrugging off said nipple pasties, just reveal it all.

5. Ed Marler for Fashion East

Fancy dress costume sorted. And a fall-back option for walking down the aisle?

Fashion East Front Row - London Fashion Week 2014

If you like your look to say "sex on legs".

7. Thomas Tait

Taking the checkerboard trend to extremes.

Thomas Tait: Runway - London Fashion Week SS15

Pool-side chic is out, the Spring/Summer 2015 vibe is pool-side punk.

Meadham Kirchhoff: Runway - London Fashion Week SS15

Not quite work wardrobe appropriate and looks like you've been run over by a bike.

Vivienne Westwood Red Label: Runway - London Fashion Week SS15

10. Ashish

Sequin and glitter, yes. But would you be cool with having Kim and Kanye West all over your look?

Ashish Catwalk - London Fashion Week 2014

ALL ABOUT FASHION WEEK? Take a flick through this gallery to see more statement style from the catwalk...

WATCH: Catch up on what you missed during London Fashion Week here.

Tom Ford Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear


Fashion Week
Suggest a correction