The 5 street style trends spotted in London by fashion editors

The Fashion Sphere is in all its states for the month of fashion. As London Fashion Week passes the baton to Milan Fashion Week, we present to you the 5 trends spotted in the streets of the British capital for this winter.

 

The Fashion Week ends in London to give way to the Milan Fashion Week. Fashion editors and photographers set the tone for this winter with experimental looks seen on the streets of London. Follow the guide!

 

The schoolgirl

 

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If the Miu Miu School Girl style has made emulators this summer, it also makes little ones this fall. Very short sweaters, ties, white shirts and schoolgirl miniskirts are out in the streets of London, to go to the fashion shows. Very 2000s, these looks echo the video clip of the song “Oops I did it again” by Britney Spears, notice to the connoisseurs!

 

Oversized

 

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Who said that fashion and comfort can’t go hand in hand? Surely not the Londoners who bet on the over-oversized. Oversized pieces are invading the streets, between baggy suit pants and 80s shoulder pads, the tone is set!

 

Accumulation

 

© Darrel Hunter

 

With the cold snap coming, what could be better than layering? By mixing different textures, colors, materials … The result is a clever mix, when it is mastered!

 

Biker style

 

© Jonathan Daniel Pryce/ WWD

 

The best friend of the fall is making a comeback, I named: the leather jacket! But not just any leather jacket… We want it to be colorful and why not even biker style: red, white, with black touches and integrated logos.

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Full Denim

 

© Jonathan Daniel Pryce/WWD

 

Finally, the trend that still does not take a wrinkle is denim. Worn in accumulation and especially, with different washes, it gives the wearer the assurance of a foolproof look.

 

 

Read also > HAUTE COUTURE FASHION WEEK: WHAT TO REMEMBER FROM THIS FIRST DAY OF SHOWS

 

Featured photo : © Evening Standard


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