By Poonam Chauhan The fashion scene in London has always been prominent for it's grungy and tasteful uniqueness. Even the huge normcore trend can't shake the Brits when it comes to their bold fashion sense. Check out our fave Spring/Summer '15 London fashion week looks. J.W.ANDERSON This time around it was all about the nautical look, with slouchy sailor pants, hemp rope and oversized, layered lapels. It was nice to see J.W.Anderson step away from his norm by lightening the tones for Spring/Summer 2015. We can't wait to get our hands on the vest below which is to die for! Photos via BURBERRY PRORSUM  Staying hopeful for an idealized British summer, Burberry decided to be all for bold, bright colours. The sheer dresses and running shoes convey a 'feeling of freedom' with 'nothing to hide'. This collection was named 'the birds and the bees' and it couldn't have been more obvious for this season. We love the bright pops of tulle and how Burberry shows us that we don't have to give up layering for the spring time. Photos via ASHISH GUPTA Gupta took glamour into the day with track pants, sweatshirts, jeans, and bomber jackets with the use of unconventional materials.The vibe was slouchy, sporty, and urban with sequins - because why wouldn't Ashish use sequins? Our fave thing about this collection was his use of pop culture with sequin-ed Kimye and Miley sweaters, as well as the designers own 'FML' sweater. No one can put humour into fashion quite like Ashish does. Photos via MARCHESA  This collection marked the 10th anniversary of the label and they definitely did it with a bang. The look was a rock-'n'-roll gypsy fantasia type of vibe with a romantic vein. Marchesa always has us swooning over their stunning looks because of their intricacy and elegance they bring to couture. Photos via TOPSHOP UNIQUE Topshop Unique decided to go for "the faded glamour of the British seaside" with this collection, being primary-colored with a boy-nip energy. Whether it's with ruffled short shorts, or a skirt in silvered crystal, Topshop Unique always know how to make each individual piece speak for itself and we can't get enough. Photos via TOM FORD  This collection sparked a slight controversial streak amongst the onlookers as some believed the collection to show a brazen, empowered sex bomb, whilst others saw the exact opposite, a powerless vassal, subject to the whims of the man. Either way, we loved the whole Debbie Harry vibe going on here and can't help but lust for the all black ensembles - who wears colour these days anyway, right? Photos via