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London Fashion Week is where we get all our style tips - the place to wear the most fabulous outfits of the season while taking note of what to be wearing for the next!

So, now that the SS19 shows have come to an end we can take our eyes away from the catwalk and focus on what we spotted off the runway. Our favourites (to name a few) feature bursts of orange, wild prints, checks on checks, full on fringing and not forgetting 70s inspired florals. Whether you were flying solo or a power couple, serious coordination was key and caught our attention wherever we turned! You heard and saw it here first, these are the trends we'll be watching this autumn.




Words: Andrea McCaul | Fashion Week Press | @andreaelizam
Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | @eloisepeacheyphoto


The sun came out for LCM SS17 day 2, bringing with it plenty of hot young things ready to get papped by WJ London's street style squad.

Bleached white shades were the colour of the day, appearing in everything from crisp white shirting to wrinkled just-pulled-off-the-clothes-dryer casuals. Magnus Ronning even sported white paint-splattered denim, adding an air of DIY nonchalance to proceedings.

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Paul Sculfor and his band of catwalk-going brothers gave us serious #squadgoals in their highly-tailored suits and separates, with Sculfor himself strutting in structured Belstaff designs as he left the Tiger of Sweden show.

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Models, too, brought the squad style, with Diego Barrueco and Joey London repping casual vibes in leather jackets, polo shirts and matching rounded sunglasses.
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Fedoras were the hat to be seen in, popping up all over The Strand. Despite the muggy weather, shirts were layered under loose overshirts, often rounded off with Western-style neckerchiefs.

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No fashion week would be complete without some boundary-pushing street style, and Ombra certainly gave us what we craved. Taking 90s icon Michiko Koshino's SS17 show from the catwalk to the streets, he added a dark and dramatic atmosphere – a welcome contrast to the humidity of mid-June London.

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Words: Katharine Bennett | Fashion Week Press | @misskatebennett

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | eloisepeachey.com

Grey skies and dreary weather did not stop this year's fashionable crowd from peacocking around Soho in bright colours, multiple layers and playful textures. Overcoats and fur were in abundance whilst show attendees stayed warm yet stylish as the club kids, bloggers and minimalists all waited outside Brewer Street car park where the British Fashion Council Show Space is being held for its second season.

Shearling is still on trend and @onaestape (left) takes a twist on the concept with fun, Barbie pink frills. Accessories make a huge difference with @anisasojka’s (right) colourful bag taking some of the focus off the massive fur sleeves on her coat.

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LFW is the best place to see some amazingly coloured hair as  @courtneyannstudio (left) keeps it bright whilst her outfit is simple. A denim shirt is dressed up with a colourful yarn cloak on @ebonypower (right).

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Layers were also heavily seen around the BFC Showspace as demonstrated by @georgiabronte123 (left) and @marinmonroe (right).


Model @marinmonroe(left) featured again wearing a coat that mixes bright hues with neutral tones to stand out in a subtle way. Twins @sheandhem (right) kept things textured and candy hues mixing leather and other materials.

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Words: Andre Bogues | Fashion Week Press | @andredevb

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | @eloisepeachey

Despite a decidedly rainy outlook, the E. Tautz LCM catwalk show was the place to be this morning. In the shadow of iconic Brutalist building 180 The Strand, some of the most admired men in the fashion industry made an appearance, showing off beautiful cheekbones and flawless street style.

Model Oliver Cheshire nailed wet-weather sartorial chic, topping off his teal tailored suit with a matching navy tie/parka combo.

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Our fave besties of LCM AW16, David Gandy and his stylist Joe Ottaway, looked adorable in matching colour palettes, tapping into the tweed menswear trend that just will not quit.


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Layering was the name of the game today, and not just to keep away the winter chill - jackets on top of jackets are fast becoming the only way to leave the house, demonstrated by Darren Kennedy. And why not? We all know that it’s boring choosing just the one outer layer to wear.

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As for accessories, fans of summer’s hottest eyewear trend will be happy to hear that round sunglasses have survived the drop in temperature, popping up all over The Strand this morning in spite of the grey clouds. After all, can fashion week actually be a fashion week without sunglasses?


Words: Katharine Bennett | Fashion Week Press | @misskatebennett

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | @eloisepeachey

Following a blur of shows, clothes and parties, the last day of LFW SS16 has come. Show-goers, bloggers and general fashion appreciators descended on Brewer Street for the last time this season. And boy did they have to wrap up as, in true British style, the heavens opened.


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Maroon appears to have been the colour du jour, especially in outerwear, with Made in Chelsea's Proudlock channelling the shade in sartorial style.


Following its summer success, suede is continuing its time in the spotlight for autumn, providing warmth in the form of hats and coats. And that's not the only 70s inspiration to make it through into the new season. Denim was everywhere; flared, with patches and frayed cuffs.


Knitwear, too, is starting to arrive to protect against the September chill, and this season, it has to be ribbed - you heard it here first. Burberry model Neelam Gill, on her way to the Ashish catwalk show, kept warm in a black cropped jumper with eyelet side detail.


Yet undeterred by the constant drizzle, oversize sunglasses remained a popular accessory - after all, fashion week couldn't be fashion week without them, whatever the weather.

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Until next season LFW, you've been fabulous.


Words: Katharine Bennett | Fashion Week Press | @misskatebennett

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer | @eloisepeachey