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5 Major Trends From London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week is over and we’re left with mesmerising trends. London is a mix of all elements of fashion. You can see couture on one runway and urban styles in another one. Yet it all seems to work correspondingly. London showed us layers of patterns and textures for the Spring 2018 season. Victorian hemlines and sleeves were a highlight of the shows yet designers took a modern aesthetic while imposing this style. Many gowns and evening looks were styled in a casual way which was very new for fashion. Designers like Tommy Hilfiger and Emporio Armani left their home fashion week city and came to London. So London Fashion Week was truly a clash of cultures. We can’t but mention Christopher Kane’s jewelled high-top Crocs, the designer yet again worked with Crocs for a new collection. London’s mix of cultures and styles still manages to amaze us so check out the top 5 trends from the fashion week of London…


These little additions make a gown instantly casual. London Fashion Week loved drawstrings to make the most elegant gowns seem athleisure.

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Bubble Skirts

London Fashion Week appreciated the genius Cristobal Balenciaga and his use of shape and volume. The bubble skirt was seen in many brands like Erdem and Simone Rocha.

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Layers, layers, layers… From layering textures to colours to fabrics and patterns, layering was seen everywhere. London sure does love mixing.

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You may have said goodbye to bows when you were a little girl but it’s time to take them back out. Bows ruled London Fashion Week in both minimalist and maximalist styles.

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This is a trend that London never gives up. This season ruffles are back in a much more maximalist and colourful way.

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