Neon, clashing prints and giant ruffles: the boldest fashion week looks

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When it comes to fashion week dressing it’s a case of being the boldest version of yourself and these looks express just that. 

The best part of fashion is self-expression – whether that means wearing head-to-toe black in a bid to be your chicest self or piling on all your wildest accessories in one eclectic go.

Below, we’ve rounded up some of London Fashion Week’s boldest looks to celebrate the joy of self-expression in all its forms. 

Giant florals

Susie Lau is well known for her bold take on fashion. Seen here in a floral Richard Quinn cape, she is undoubtedly the street style master of quirky cool.

Futuristic sportswear – with a sense of humour

Because nothing says self-expression like a pair of avocado socks. The heart (or foot) wants what it wants. 

Night to day, from top to toe 

Pulling off daytime sequins is no easy feat. But if you want to wear an evening gown over jeans in the middle of the day, do it. 

Building site chic 

This show-goer has been taking note from the New York runways, where neon brights were all the rage. 

Shining lights

We’ve seen a lot of black vinyl coats at fashion weeks around the world, but these women are showing us how to take the trend to the next (colourful) level.

Tiger, tiger 

There are clashing prints and then there are clashing animal prints. Neutral accessories help balance out the boldness of this look. 

Moon walk

The Dior Saddle bag has been dubbed the bag of the season, but the matching Dior Moon Boots? Now that’s a look. 

Wild thing

Animal print has been a huge this season on and off the catwalk, make like this show goer and adopt a more is more state of mind. 

Rainbow brights 

Rainbow flares, bright tulle and animal ears in theory shouldn’t work but this is one of the best expressions of personal style we have seen. 

Nineties neon

It is one thing to pull off a snake print scarf print, it is another thing to pull it off with a lime green faux fur coat. 

Yellow fever 

Yellow accessories teamed with a yellow leopard print jacket? Bold and brilliant. 

More is more 

What it says on the sweatshirt. And then repeat. 

For one day only on Thursday 20 September, Gemma Cairney has taken over and transformed it into her very own Express Yourself platform – a digital initiative which aims to inspire us, challenge us and encourage us to explore our creative sides.

For similarly inspiring content, check out Stylist’s September Shake Up initiative here.

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