LONDON FASHION WEEK: ROUNDUP

With the fashion pack headed off to Milan we’re still reeling from the excitement of London Fashion Week and all the unforgettable shows, presentations, appearances and style. From trends to events, we’ve rounded up our top five moments from London Fashion Week that we’re sure you don’t want to miss knowing all about.

STREET STYLE HAIRSTYLES

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From the undone blow dry to the subtle crimps, we couldn’t take our eyes away from all the fashion-forward and creative hair looks rocked in the streets of London during London Fashion Week.

SET THE SCENE

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London Fashion week did not hold back on staging this season with Point Blank transforming the Freemasons Gallery into a Californian Poolside space as well as Anya Hindmarch bringing the futuristic trend into life with a hovering platform above an arena.

NAIL-ART

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Although we were completely captivated by the clothes on the catwalk this season we didn’t miss the nail-art trends you’ll want to attempt right now. Manicures at Ashish didn’t stop at the nails, whilst Mulberry and Eudon Choi were simply sophisticated with strong nudes, for an I-didn’t-even-try effect.

OVERSIZE

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Don’t go throwing away that oversized sweater that you love to wear around the house only because it’s so comfortable. Burberry and Versus Versace have both styled waist belts around big bomber jackets and cardigans for an effortless chic look that you can easily pull off with what you already have in your wardrobe… and we love them for it!

SEE NOW, BUY NOW

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SS17 Fashion Month, we can all agree will be remembered as the season ‘See now, buy now’ was introduced. No one brought this concept into effect better than Topshop Unique. With a pop-up shop including all the pieces from the catwalk from sizes 6 to 12 waiting for attendees to enter into on their way out of the catwalk show.

Words: Flaka Dula

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