Beauty / September 21, 2014 / by support

London Fashion Week SS15: Most Wearable Beauty Trends


Now as much as I love seeing all the designs at London Fashion Week, the part that excites me most is the makeup trends. Maybe it’s because it’s more likely that I will be able to master liquid eyeliner than look as great as the models in while wearing ‘languid silhouettes.’

That said while I love watching them, some of the looks on the catwalks would just make you feel like a right idiot if worn in real life – remember Chanel’s sparkly brows?

Rebecca Cotze LFW SS15 beauty trends

So here is my round up of the most wearable beauty trends from London Fashion Week SS15.

Hands down the makeup seen at both Gucci and Christopher Kane is probably the most wearable, if possibly the least exciting; with both show casing minimal looks.

rebecca cotzec christopher kane beauty trend lfw ss15
Minimal makeup at Christopher Kane LFW SS15

P.S If you want to copy Gucci’s glow, try Mii’s Illuminating Face Base, it is amazing!

My favourite wearable look was from Burberry, with tawny eyes and berry lips. This said, is it just me or does this feel a bit wintery for a Spring/Summer show?

rebecca cotzec lfw ss15 beauty trends burberry


Another look I liked was seen at David Koma, though graphic eyeliner has been around for a while, I like the no fuss, simplicity of this look. Two parallel go faster stripes, white on the lid, and accentuating the inner corner. What could be easier?

rebecca cotzec lfw ss15 david koma beauty trends


Holly Fulton also showcased a nice but simple look with ombre liner on the waterline. While I love this look, as a hayfever sufferer I don’t think it would last that long on me. Sad times.

rebecca cotzec holly fulton lfw ss15 beauty trends


This one from Ashish isn’t exactly ‘wearable’ unless you

a) are going somewhere amazing and

b) have a makeup artist on speed dial.

But I do love it…

rebecca cotzec ashish lfw ss15 beauty trends


And this variation from House of Holland is along the same vein, and a lot more wearable. Though it does make me think more of Christmas parties than cocktails around the pool…


house of holland lfw ss15 beauty rebecca cotzec

Whilst Erdem and Topshop unique also offered up some looks that would be easy to recreate at home, the above looks where my favourite, so naturally I thought I’d share these. Now excuse me while I go and hunt out some glittery makeup (surely we all still have some glitter roll on from the 90’s knocking around?)


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