Our London Fashion Week Street Style Favourites AW17
Posted on 22 February 2017
Some of the most stylish have flocked to our streets once again, to grace London with the latest trends. Yes that’s right, it was Fashion Week. I can’t believe it’s over already. What seemed like a whirlwind weekend of fabrics and fur, has come to an end.
Photographed by Danielle Painting
The men definitely came out in full force this season. The ‘mask’ was one trend that was repeatedly warn by various attendees. The 90’s are back again! Kappa tracksuit bottoms, velour and denim on denim were worn effortlessly by a lot of different people. These outfits were accessorised heavily with gold jewellery and statement sunglasses. We even spotted a Transformers style Lego mask.
Photographed by (LEFT) Daniel Deszy (RIGHT) Bwoy Wonder
Sports Luxe in one trend that everybody seemed to be on board with this season. It was dressed up; it was dressed down. The tracksuit was one item that made a prominent feature to most shows. The Kardashian’s are one just one of the few celebrities that love to wear Adidas tracksuit bottoms with heels. If you want to recreate some of these looks, you can do so here.
Photographed by (LEFT) David Nyanzi (RIGHT) Cydnie Garcia
The women attending LFW came out in various different fabrics and patterns. One of our favourites from this season is the multi-textured handmade skirt by Cydnie Garcia, and the mesh skirt overlay worn and styled by Kitty Cowell. Are you bold enough to pull off any of these looks?
Photographed by (LEFT) Rod Olukoya (RIGHT) Muffadal Abbas
Surprisingly the weather actually held up for this seasons fashion week, and we managed to avoid rain! I can’t wait to see what will bless the catwalk for next season SS18.
Bye Fashion Week, until next time.
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