5 standout street style trends from London Fashion Week







Orin Carlin




As London Fashion Week is coming to an end, we can only think of the killer street style moments that adorned the capital.

Here at Good morning! Fashion office, we’re just as enamored with what happens off the runway as what happens on the catwalk – and believe us, it’s totally justified.

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Naturally, we were bowled over by Erdem’s whimsical gothic display as well as Nensi Dojaka’s ultra-sheer splendor, but, as always, fashion week goers are absolutely nailing it this season.

lower body

There were more than a few posters for Poster Girl’s signature ultra-sexy skintight look this week. The London-based brand is the brainchild of Francesca Capper and Natasha Somerville and is adored by Doua Lipa and Lily Rose Depp look alike. Form-fitting stretch silhouettes were out in full force, with racy geometric cutouts front and center – and we’re here 100% for it.

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Micro kilts

model Emily Ratajkowski is perhaps the micro-skirt’s greatest ally, and so since she picked up a pair of scissors for a utilitarian-style khaki number last month, it only makes sense that the fashion crowd would follow suit. not. Tartan was all the rage, with styles ranging from classic Burberry colorways to rich greens and vibrant reds.

Leather jackets

Nostalgic touches adorned many shoulders this London Fashion Week, with guests preferring the leather blazer reminiscent of the year 2000 in chocolate browns and earthy khakis. Run, don’t walk, straight to Arket, Frame and Joseph to get your fix of buttery leathers.

Mega Metallic

Metals with a cool, borderline holographic edge dominated the sidewalk. The guests went all out, pairing shiny denim-style pieces with bold colors, with one even sporting an iteration of shiny pants in a bright and shiny teal hue. Don’t get me wrong, mega metals should be at the top of your agenda.

reworked regency

Bridgerton’s romantic vibe is always a trend close to our hearts, only this LFW aesthetic puts some emphasis on volume. Cute ruffles and showy sleeves are given a contemporary refresh with cool-girl corsets and polished accessories – exemplified by Sister Jane, Paul & Joe and Anna Sui.

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