The Street Style Looks You'll Want To Steal From London Fashion Week AW18

The Street Style Looks You'll Want To Steal From London Fashion Week AW18
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All the Winter style inspiration you need.

London Fashion Week has arrived; and with it, a packed week of designer shows and presentations. But if you’re stalking Instagram for new wardrobe inspiration and the most of-the-moment trends, the catwalk isn’t the only place to look. This season, the style set came out in full force to flood the streets with their most on-trend looks.

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As always, our favourite bloggers and industry heavyweights are killing the street style game with their typically British brand of irreverence. LFW-goers are always a bit unafraid to combine brash prints, mix bold colours, intentionally miss-match and layer coats on coats (after all – rain is pretty much guaranteed).

This season, those coats were mostly of the plaid variety, with puffer jackets, coloured furs, and trenches continuing to reign supreme. Underneath outerwear the layering options were endless, but we think it’s safe to say that our autumn uniform of an oversized knit paired with girlfriend-fit jeans or midi skirts are clearly here to stay.

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Colour-wise, it was all about red, red, and more red, be it a head to toe look or a statement shoe. Speaking of the season’s must have footwear, the fash-pack was loyal to white block heeled ankle boots and chunky sneakers a la Louis Vuitton. But this week, the most coveted items on our radar were accessories, with stylish attendees parading their It-bags around town. It’s all about the structured sculptural purse, and Staud and Danse Lente are the hottest brands of the moment.

Feast your eyes - covered with cat-eye shades, if you’re aiming for true fashion MVP status - on the best show-going looks from the autumn/winter 2018 shows from the likes of Doina Ciobanu, Olivia Palermo, Caroline Daur, and more...


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