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5 Key Trends From London Fashion Week

Phil Oh

Look no further: here are the newest trends to add to your regular fall rotation.

If fashion captures the zeitgeist, then London Fashion Week was certainly a mirror of the city’s spirit. Attendees came clad in cleverly styled neutral tones (perhaps in respect to the Queen), but also in fresh renovations of closet mainstays.

Ahead, see five trends that dominated London Fashion Week, worn by the likes of editor and influencer Camille Charriere, singer-songwriter Griff, and Vogue’s very own Hamish Bowles.

Trend 1: Art Attack

Denim’s everlasting appeal comes from its malleability—you just can’t go wrong with a true blue canvas. In London sauntered in a cool new reinvention: graphic prints or paints splashed all over the cotton. At-home rework ideas include grunge florals on a flute skirt, bright abstractions on a midi trench, or your favorite anime character on a pair of jeans, à la JW Anderson.

Trend 2: Frilled Out

What’s as sweet as tiered cake? Tiered dresses, of course. Whether you anchor the softness with cowboy boots or go full-on flounce like Simone Rocha, your ruffled frock promises one thing: a deliciously memorable entrance.

Trend 3: Loose Layer

The secret to revitalizing a neutral ensemble is surprisingly obvious: a simple, sheer layer. Take your pick from a see-through cream slip, semi-opaque coat, or transparent puff-sleeved dress for an instantly elevated outfit.

Trend 4: Good Pointes

No heels? No problem. The humble ballet flat is gracefully tiptoeing back into fashion. The functional shape is ideal for the new world that’s regaining its pace, but also carries with it a nostalgic old-school appeal. Opt for doll shoes or Mary Janes, with socks or without—just don’t be surprised to find a little more sway to your steps.

Trend 5: The Wide Side

Balance is key when comfort and style are priority. Do the baggy-on-baggy trend right by slouching a wide top over even wider bottoms, and adding just a singular sharp element. Try fashion week-approved accessories like a polished leather handbag, square semi-butterfly sunglasses, or an embellished platform sandal to off-set your upsized proportions.

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