As London Fashion Week comes to an end, we look back on the best and most diverse street style looks.
London Fashion Week promises a lot of things: inspiring collections, designers pushing their creativity to the maximum, a whirlwind of parties and cocktails as well as the most exciting street style.
Whilst the cogs of fashion week certainly spin around the shows, it’s as much about the clothes on the catwalk as much as it is about the clothes on the backs of show-gowers. After all this is where the real trends come to life, why you so ardently covet this Bottega Veneta bag from now until forever, why you wore your bumbag across your body and not around your waist at festivals this summer and why wearing your jacket on your shoulders has become a common workwear look.
With London Fashion week almost coming to a close, and editors repacking their suitcase to jet off to Milan in the morning we take a look back on the best, most inclusive street style from the capital.
Three different versions of summer white: the boiler suit, the slip skirt and the t-shirt and dress combo.
It might have been a mini heatwave outside but this show-goer is making the most of her head-to-toe Bottega Veneta look.
A lesson in summer black from insider favourite brand, Cecilie Bahnsen.
A tonal take on statement animal print makes this look easy-to-wear for both workwear and everyday.
Yellow has been a big hit on and off the catwalk this season, make like this show-goer and pair your pretty dress with contrasting cowboy boots.
Bettina Looney proves that the summer cotton dress has not lost its appeal, especially this Isa Arfen black, ruffled number. Be still our beating hearts.
The western trend doesn’t just stop at cowboy boots, give your every day denim a twist by pairing with a fringed suede jacket. Yee-haw.
We have long been partial to a pair of black ankle boots. This season invest in a heavy stomper boot like MyTheresa’s Tiffany Hsu, to toughen up even the pinkest of outfits.
The neon trend is a hard nut to crack, but Leonnie Hanne in head-to-toe highlighter colours just made this super easy.
Florals for spring? No, this is florals for autumn. And it really is groundbreaking, thank you very much.
Hands down the most popular look at fashion week: a beige trouser suit. And we can see why.
When going big on a colour clash keep your accessories clean and neutral like these white boots.
A chuck-on dress and trainers continued to be a big trend for London Fashion Week, when the weather drops just add in boots and shrobe a leather jacket.
If it wasn’t leather shorts being worn at the shows it was leather shirts, make likeBrowns Fashion’s Tyler Psarras and keep yours half tucked-in for a relaxed look.
Via a cinched waist, Eva Chen gives us a lesson in adding a feminine touch to masculine tailoring.
Tangerine made waves as the hottest colour of the summer, thanks in part to Monikh Dale, pictured here showing us just why it was such a smash hit.
Your favourite white summer dress is about to have an autumn make-over, just sling on a pair of patent boots and layer in a roll neck for the coming months.
We are calling it, electric blue is everywhere for spring / summer 20 and Bea de Cossio has already got a jump on the trend.
We’ll be waxing lyrical about tonal dressing well into the depths of winter, so take note - this is how it’s done.
Images: Noor & Zee