It was all about prints at Aminaka Wilmont. This season, digital prints - inspired by animal hides, skins and furs - made a strong appearance throughout. Simple dresses were given an edge, teamed with leather over-the-knee boots. The print also appeared on tops teamed with woolen high-waisted, over-the-knee trousers and on tops with voluminous sleeves teamed with a black skirt with a high slit at the back.
The prints were paired with leather shorts and boots and waterfall, asymmetric jackets. Simple black blazers were given leather sleeves and fur accents running down the lapels - teamed with the graphic-printed trousers in white and purple.
The brand is a firm favourite on the London Fashion Week schedule and each season they bring us something different whilst staying true to the Aminaka Wilmont woman. "For us this collection has been about showing the British fashion industry who the Aminaka Wilmont woman is," the brand's creative director said. "She is determined and confident with her own individuality and uniqueness. This is our seventh season on schedule, we know the direction we are moving in and we want this to come across in this collection."