TOPSHOP Unique and Ryan Lo at London Fashion Week

Topshop Unique A/W 14 Show at London Fashion Week
Topshop establishes itself as a London Fashion Week staple after almost a decade on the catwalk.

Ever since Topshop opened their Vancouver flagship store on Granville Street in 2012, Canadians who have an inclination for a British fashion fix now have it in their backyard. 

On the third day of London Fashion Week, Topshop's name came up as a must-see show on the day's impressive list including shows from Mary Katrantzou and Jonathan Saunders. Topshop was the first ever high-street label to debut in 2005, causing a frenzy of conversation in the fashion industry because high-street shops are sometimes perceived as replicators of haute couture designs. However, after almost a decade, Topshop has established itself as a key player and supporter of young designers.

The Vancouver Observer attended the Topshop Unique Autumn/Winter 14 show at the Tate Modern Museum in London today and saw Ryan Lo's (winner of the NEWGEN AW14 award) pieces afterwards.


Here are some of our favorite looks.

Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

 Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

Topshop Unique Ryan Lo

Ryan LoDesigner Ryan Lo

Images: Cathy Wang

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