Yes we admit. We are celebrating the London Fashion Week a bit too much. But the major goals the LFW gave us for the latest fashion trends are just irresistible!
Looking to spruce up your closet a little bit, read on to find out the latest fashion trends.
Unorthodox colour combos are definitely the ‘17’s ‘1 autumn’s chic and cool signifier. Roksanda Mouret had a great hold on the colour wheel we think with cobalt blue, oxblood and chestnut. We saw Johnny Coca at the Mulberry also had a daring breakthrough with the colours; spearmint green boots worn with a Cadbury purple skirt paired with an ochre shirt. Mouret also played with teal, mauve and forest green suede shoe equation. The question is, for the sake of the coming spring, do you dare
We have been waiting for decades. And we know for a fact that velvet is not going anywhere. And now I even comes with the printed stuff that we just fell head over heels for. From top-to-toe fuchsia at Peter Pilotto; burnished yellow and faded violet at the Ottoman-inspired Erdem; and glistening with appliqué jellyfish at Mary Katrantzou, velvet now is light and lithe.
These are not exactly built for purpose. Pockets are back in the spotlight and they are back for good this season. Spotted at Simone Rocha, JW Anderson and Christopher Kane, the gaping pouches nestled in the creases of the chunky coats, set nonchalantly on the hips and the decorated necklines, adding some style.
The 70’s Mulberry Home wallpaper patterns that proved just the heritage fix we needed for the autumn show. The pleated dresses and quilted eiderdown coats added colour to the catwalks were enlivened thanks to the blousy florals.
So did Christopher Kane who brought out the working satin florals that would look great on the walls of a stately home into mini dresses.