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On Trend: The London Street Style Edit

On Trend: The London Street Style Edit

In a city famous for its very unique and slightly eccentric approach to luxury fashion, the street style outside this season’s menswear shows didn’t disappoint. As events unfolded at London Fashion Week Men’s, more often than not it was the stylish female attendees who shone. We trained our lens on the fashion pack’s It-bags, designer footwear, directional dresses and contemporary co-ords as trends began to emerge. From relaxed blazers to summer’s hottest colour (hint: it’s yellow), here’s how to wear the best trends as seen on London’s most stylish women.

Two London Fashion Week Men's attendees wearing an overszied blazer and matching suit trousers with a black zip-front bralet and a waistcoat two-piece with horn buttons

MODERN TAILORING

Oversized, relaxed and in muted shades, this season’s tailoring takes its cues from the ‘80s – minus the power shoulders. Team Pierre Balmain’s iconic blazer in a soft green hue with chain-embellished accessories for a modern approach to a classic trend.

BELT BAGS

A streetwear staple and one of the most ubiquitous trends outside the shows, the belt bag is every cool-girl’s must-have accessory. Juxtapose the sporty silhouette of Valentino’s studded version with a long, silken maxi dress and Saint Laurent strappy heels. A more refined take on the sportswear trend.

A London Fashion Week Men's attendee wearing a yellow silk maxi dress with bell sleeves, a Prada sport black leather bum bag, black heeled sandals and carrying a checked tote bag
A London Fashion Week attendee wearing a black denim midi skirt with a Gucci belt, a printed blue jacket with lace sleeves and a blue and taupe embelished Gucci Dionysus handbag

FLORAL ROMANCE

There’s nothing new about florals for summer, but this season we’re going off-beat and piling them on with accessories and RTW in prints that don’t quite match. Wear Gucci’s embellished Dionysus with a Fendi jacket and black leather and tulle for a rock ‘n’ roll take on pretty blooms.

Photography: Matthew Brann