Fashion week in London just ended its latest edition with a series of hot new trends we’ll want to adopt come next fall.
One of the standout topics was definitely sustainability and eco-friendly messages. Over the top volumes with a “more is more” 90’s feel. Logomania was also strong and geometric prints of all kinds were everywhere.
These are the colours we will be wearing according to London’s Catwalks
- EARTH COLOURS
There were warm and golden hues at NYFW, but London decided to adopt the metallic trend with silver instead. Burberry went for fringe and metal, while JW Anderson’s statement looks were reminiscent of dreamy snowy mountains.
Standout Prints at London Fashion Week.
- MORE CHECKS
- GEOMETRIC PRINTS
Checks will never stop! And as expected, they were all over Burberry, as it’s one of its signature prints. Tisci went for checks in different colours and sizes and clashed them beautifully. Victoria Beckham had a more subdued take with total looks in the same print.
Geometric patterns will be everywhere come next fall to add a sophisticated touch to the soberest ensembles. Christopher Kane, Emilia Wickstead and Erdem were great examples of how to play with geometric forms and give an original twist to any fall look.
Textures and Fabrics to love next Autumn
- SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND
- LINGERIE INSPIRATION
London designers chose striking fabrics covered in sequins and shiny embroideries. Ashish, whose trademark is sequins, precisely, offered one of the best examples of the trend by giving it a 70s feel with retro print embroidered dresses.
This season femininity was magnified through lingerie fabrics such as lace and organza.
- SWAN NECK
- VOLUME = MORE IS MORE
Voluminous shapes show no signs of stopping anytime soon. There were puffed sleeves and bold big shoulders in everything ranging from dresses, skirts to coats and more.