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London Fashion Week Trend Report



In our second installment of our fashion week series, we’re sharing dreamy designer collections imported with aristocratic class.

Artistic Asymmetry

Inspired by abstract artist Henry Moore, Burberry’s runway was filled with recondite silhouette and asymmetrical layers. From off-balance cable knit sweaters to robust ruffles, the catwalk seemed to shapeshift into a museum inspired by Moore’s monolithic sculptures. We especially adore the contemporary juxtaposition of cozy knits and delicate lace.
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Burberry; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Burberry; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Burberry; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Unconventional Velvet

Designers at New York Fashion Week were zealously in love with velvet. There’s no fabric that complements winter’s mood more than lavish velvet. If the runway were a classroom, Erdem would get an A+ for creativity. Trendsetters got schooled in Velvet 101 as models waltzed down the catwalk in exotic Turkish-inspired prints and velvet burnout.
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Erdem at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Erdem at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Erdem at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

3D Accents

Call us fancifull but when we think of London, we imagine royal gardens and scenic castles. As we sip on our imaginary cup of tea, we can’t help but admire Christopher Kane’s colorful fall/winter runway collection. Filled with metallics in every color of the rainbow, the collection introduces an innovate yet demure feel. Our favorite pieces incorporated large 3D florals, making the dresses feel like fresh futuristic blooms.
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Christopher Kane at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Christopher Kane at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Christopher Kane at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Slouchy Pants

We never thought we’d see the return of the cargo pant, but somehow Topshop has reintroduced the coined 90s trend in a chic and relaxed way. Loungewear had a wild resurgence with 2016’s athleisure trend, but laidback looks are predicted to thrive in 2017. This fall, you can expect to cozy up in spacious cargos and loose-fitted pants that give you just the flair you need. Whether patterned or plain, we’re looking forward to letting loose in these utilitarian threads.
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Topshop available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Topshop available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Topshop available at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

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