LFW – Key Trends

English fashion has always been edgy and colourful. It is hard to find a common point between so many creative minds. But, for the past few years, LFW got famous for its prints and colours. These elements were still there this Fall 2015. But the colours were intercalated between dark and bright tones: purple and yellow clearly stood out.

Yellow - Designs by Issa, Jonathan Saunders, Mary Katrantzou and Temperley London - Images: Style.com

Yellow – Designs by Issa, Jonathan Saunders, Mary Katrantzou and Temperley London – Images: Style.com

Shades of Purple - Designs by: Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson,  Antonio Berardi and Emilia Wickstead - Images: Style.com

Shades of Purple – Designs by: Jonathan Saunders, Matthew Williamson, Antonio Berardi and Emilia Wickstead – Images: Style.com

In a very British manner, florals (think Liberty) were everywhere. Graphics that referenced the 70’s were also a big trend.

Graphic Prints - Designs by Antonio Berardi, Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders and Temperley London - Images: Style.com

Graphic Prints – Designs by Antonio Berardi, Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders and Temperley London – Images: Style.com

Speaking of the 70’s, just like in NYFW, the puffy sleeves and hippie cuts were a constant presence. The thin scarf around the neck was also a clearly reference to the 70’s styling.

Thin Scarf Around The Neck - Designs by Pringle of Scotland, McQ Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson - Images: Style.com

Thin Scarf Around The Neck – Designs by Pringle of Scotland, McQ Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson – Images: Style.com

Finally, on the details side, we have spotted another NYFW trends: the statement button.

Statement Buttons - Designs by Peter Pilotto, Christopher Kane, Temperley London and Hunter Original - Images: Style.com

Statement Buttons – Designs by Peter Pilotto, Christopher Kane, Temperley London and Hunter Original – Images: Style.com

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