For the past five days, London Fashion Week transformed the capital into a hotbed of catwalk shows from the likes of Burberry, Anya Hindmarch, Tom Ford and Temperley London. Newer designers including Felder Felder and Bora Aksu also lit up runways with their stylish creations.
For those who could not attend, IBTimes UK reveals the highlights of the week.
The sheer trend is set to play a key role in 2015 as many designers explored elements of reveal-conceal trickery in their collections.
Models sashayed down the runway in see-through nipple baring tops and underwear revealing skirts.
Tom Ford's rock-inspired collection took it to another level with a daring bondage-inspired mesh and leather dress.
Japanese label Toga gave the nude theme a ladylike spin with a series of see-through long pleated skirts.
Even Burberry got involved as the iconic British fashion house offered a series of see-through dresses. The eye-catching ensembles come in varying shades of burgundy and blue.
Colour played out in many of the collections - sassy, brazen and bold will be on the agenda for next year. Roksanda Ilincic's "ease of summer inspired' collection, consists of dresses in eye-popping shades of orange, pink and blue, proving their are no rules for SS15.
Burberry's "birds and the bees" inspired offerings saw its iconic trench coat get a colourful make-over. Wildlife shades of citrus yellow, orange, peach and green were observed.
Clashing stripes, diamonds and geometric prints were seen all over the runway. Peter Pilotto's collection brought prints to life with swirling embroidered pieces adorning coats, trousers and dresses.
Topshop had a simpler approach, with asymmetric red, navy and black stripes featuring on white backgrounds.
Tropical themes were seen throughout Matthew Williamson's collection, including rainforest-themed prints and floral ruffled dresses influenced by long summer nights. Floaty floor-length dresses came in exotic blue, green and pink hues.
London Fashion Week was not just about bright colours as black and white looks were showcased by designers too. Marios Schwab offered some cool monochrome pieces including adding trailing white fabric to a sleek strapless black dress.
Jean-Pierre Braganza utilised the monochrome theme throughout his entire collection. The London-based designer's looks included sexy 1960's inspired miniskirts, silky halter-neck tops and dresses decorated with bows.
1960's Boho Chic
Another take on the 1960's was seen in Felder Felder's collection. Turquoise leopard print flaired trousers, white crop tops and tassled jackets created a cool boho-chic vibe. The model's sported big 1960's style hippy-chic hair and sunglasses.
In a move away from high heels, many designers including Burberry and Christopher Raeburn opted to style their looks with trainers or flat sandals. Trainers in a variety of bright colourways are expected to be a key trend all the way through next year.