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Symbole ultime de la mode britannique, le tartan a été la star incontestable de cette Fashion Week londonienne. Décliné sous toutes les formes et toutes les couleurs, on aura vu défiler des trenchs, sacs et robes en tartan plus cool les uns que les autres. 


Le modèle far reste le trench recouvert de plastique, suivi de près par ceux en patchwork. Un bel hommage à Burberry et au dernier défilé de Christopher Bailey pour la marque, le show le plus attendu de la saison. 

Mais Burberry n'a pas le monopole de cet imprimé, profondément attaché à l'identité anglaise mais décliné par une multitude de marques, made in England ou non. Au contraire, le tartan fait partie de ces imprimés intemporels qu'il faut avoir dans sa garde-robe, même lorsqu'on n'a jamais mis les pieds à Londres. Alors découvrez notre sélection et shoppez votre touche tartan ! 

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The fash pack are already in Milan, leaving us to look back at a joyous and optimistic London Fashion Week AW18. A hotbed for upcoming talent and world class designers who expertly balance their progressive creativity with commerciality, which is more important than ever pre-Brexit; the self-assured production of the shows and presentations (and the esteemed attendees) had almost as many talking points as the collections themselves. The blockbuster Burberry show epitomised London’s pride and diversity in the most literal way with it’s groundbreaking rainbow check, which incidentally followed on rather nicely from Nike’s viral London ad; and a colourful collection of elevated casual-wear with dazzlingly details and so many enviable accessories that were quickly snapped up post show. 


There was an overarching sense of growing up without losing that irreverent sense of British humour, most successfully at play in the show-stopping sequinned Ashish show and J.W.Anderson’s intelligently off-kilter co-ed offering. The feminist undercurrent seen at recent award shows and in the Time’s Up movement cropped up most notably at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi as their AW18 collection was inspired by haenyeo divers (google it) and in Ashley Williams’ empowered girl gang of explorers. 

 The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan may have attended Williams’ show; but Richard Quinn wins the ’best attendee award’ hands down as HRH Queen Elizabeth II attended LFW for the first time and sat front row to present him with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. It was much more of the same on the streetstyle circuit, although Chrissy Ford and Abigail Gurney-Read were lesser known names that caught our eye. All in all, as we don’t have the space to discuss everything in the detail it deserves, we’ve narrowed the week down to our favourite seven AW18 shows. These are the ones we’ll be saving up for in no particular order.  

Check out our favourite looks in the gallery above then shop our edits from the same brands below. 

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This week our focus surrounds the bag that we've seen on the arms of influencers and fashion editors more than all others combined. Just like the straw basket bag of last year, this material is a bit controversial for winter. But no one stopped wearing the basket bag or the string bag, last year in February either. 


The string bag was more of a shopping bag that required an inner bag to hold all of your items safely.This London Fashion Week took notice and presented an evolved version of the bag. Enter the plant pot bag: a transformed evening tote featuring a leather case where you can store your phone and wallet. A few of the "It" bag converts include Hannah Strafford Taylor, Lisa Aiken and Yasmin Sewell. 

The design was created by the LA-based brand Staud and has been seen in most Insta accounts especially during London Fashion Week in a variety of hues: from tan to pink, white and red. Fitting in nicely with the rest of the impressive mid-range designer handbags you can purchase the Staud bag without breaking the bank ranging between the $285 and $475 mark. 

If you're unsure about the string bag, you can opt for a velvet crush option or a leather version proffered by the fashion pack such as Alexa Chung and Leandra Medine. Wear your favourite style with a day smart outfit and instantly elevate your look. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop from our expert edit below! 

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How cool is it to see Anna Wintour and Queen Elizabeth sitting in the front row at London Fashion Week. The Queen attended London Fashion Week spontaneously. She watched the Richard Quinn show aside of Anna Wintour at the BFC Showspace. Wearing an Angela Kelly blue, crystal embellished suit, Queen Elizabeth II smiled for the paparazzi and amazed attendees. #queen #QueenElizabethII #AnnaWintour #LondonFashionWeek #FashionWeek #Royal #London

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Yes, this is the invitation I received from Malone Souliers for their Autumn Winter 2018 presentation at London Fashion Week. It’s insanely beautiful. The details are printed on the inner sole of the shoe. ✨ #malonesouliers #shoes #lfw

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London Fashion Week is a stage for us all to show off our best #OOTDs. Some of the looks in the crowds are just as good, sometimes even better than, the looks on the catwalk. I love this (image: Vogue) look, classically British and totally stylish. The layering is great. Polo necks are always perfect to layer and I really love that denim is followed by a dogtooth material. A perfect fabric fusion.

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The A/W18 Gareth Pugh line has been revealed at Fashion Week. There was a lot of pinstripe action and, *takes deep breath* leopard print. Oh the leopard print. Leopard print is one of my favourite patterns to wear - on shoes, on coats, you name it. I love he drama here from Pugh, leopard on leopard and so many angles. I can't wait to see how this is emulated on the high street. I'm hoping for bold prints and even sharper shapes. Image: Getty Images

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I’m obsessed with this outfit from Burberry at London Fashion Week! I love how a simple tee has been styled to create a unique look. The sleeveless puffa jacket is just so dreamy, isn’t it?! #burberry #ootd #lfw #londonfashionweek #luxuryfashion Photo Credit: @Burberry on Twitter

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This is a fabulous look from fashion blogger Laura Blair at London Fashion Week! I particularly adore her vinyl knee high boots - so cool and edgy. #ootd #lfw #laurablair #bloggerstyle #fashion #outfitinspo Photo Credit: @TheLauraBlair on Twitter

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Make up lover? Here is a fantastic idea to get noticed, especially during the exciting time of London Fashion Week! Focus on your lips and the use of color! #lips #makeup #lfw

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Here I am! Covering the shoes of London Fashion Week! Here is my first look, very practical yet fashionable. Do you like it? #outfit #lfw

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Is the picture above the first real life sighting of a piece from Burberry’s AW18 celebration of LGBTQ+ communities announced earlier this week? We’re hoping so because current Burberry face Adwoa Aboah wears her technicolour dream coat magnificently and the check patch the British powerhouse shared isn’t giving anything away besides a first glimpse of the rainbow check. If you can’t wait until outgoing Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey’s final show tomorrow, then check out the beautiful editorial Alasdair McLellan shot for LGBTQ+ platform them. Featuring same sex couples wearing AW18 pieces, you can see the rainbow check in a baseball cap, scarf and shirt. The thinking behind the collection, Bailey explains, is that "There has never been a more important time to say that in our diversity lies our strength, and our creativity." The collection will be available to buy immediately after the show and Burberry’s complementary set of initiatives include donations to Albert Kennedy Trust, the Trevor Project and ILGA.  


Apart from Burberry, the other London Fashion Week shows are still shrouded in secrecy. What we do know is that Topshop Unique won’t be showing this year, J.W.Anderson is showing his new menswear and womenswear together, and that Delpozo has decamped from New York. We can’t wait to see how rising brands Matty Bovan and Halpern progress; how Molly Goddard, Rejina Pyo and Isa Arfen harness their success; and the streetstyle will hopefully be bolder and more playful. 

Shop our LFW edits below and follow all the action via our social media channels!  

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Although last season designers were trading the New York catwalks for British and Parisian shows, this year it seems that London has followed New York's example. Most notably, Topshop abandoned the runway for its traditional Unique show while Emporio Armani and  Tommy Hilfiger also forewent the shows as they were a big departure from London's experimental design team. However, LFW is all about fresh designers, innovative thinking unexpected garments, and bold statements. 


THE NEWCOMERS 

AV Robertson who designed for Marc Jacobs and Presented at Fashion East is one of the emerging designers to watch. Matty Bovan is a press favourite already as she made the cut of The Kids Are Alright in British Vogue's January issue. After earning the Emerging Womenswear Designer award at the Fashion Awards in September, Michael Halpern is constructing an ambitious production and a much-anticipated collection. 

THE VETS 

We'll witness the departure of Christopher Bailey from Burberry on Saturday after 17 years with the House. Johny Coca from Mulberry will be back on the London stage after a small detour to Paris in September, while Delpozo is bringing ball gowns to London in the place of Ralph & Russo. We're really excited to see JW Anderson whose missed the usual Men's show but is putting on his first co-ed collection. 

THE REGULARS 

Even though we may be missing a few names from the list, we can still count on Roksanda, Erdem and Christopher Kane to impress at LFW. Newcomer Michael Halpern will throw a soiree with Brows while Gareth Pugh is hosting a decadent party of his own. Sunday is all about Edward Enninful's British Vogue BAFTA party that will follow after the ceremony.Ready for a taste of London Fashion Week? Scroll down below and shop everything British! 

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Tommy Hilfiger show #tommyxgigi #lfw

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As we close on yet another brilliant London Fashion Week we round up the most fashionable, jaw dropping and exquisitely chic moments of the past few days. LFW which opened on Friday, has featured more than 100 designers and included high profile shows. 


For example, it was the first time Giorgio Armani had staged a catwalk event in London for more than 10 years. The 83-year-old designer said he had chosen London "for its "dynamism, energy and cosmopolitanism". 

Donatella Versace showcased her younger range, Versus, which featured plenty of checks, bikinis and cowgirl-themed pieces. It wouldn't be London Fashion Week without a bit of avant garde. Hussein Chalayan's models took to the catwalk in very unusual and surreal headdresses. 

As usual, London Fashion week attracted the rich, famous and, of course, beautiful - model Daisy Lowe arrived wearing a blue kimono, accompanied by her much-loved pooch. But it hasn't been glamour all the way. Dozens of anti-fur protestors gathered ahead of shows including Burberry. Speaking of Burberry the check pattern is now back minus the cheesy associations of the early naughts. This was all due to the brilliant styling that infused a new feel to the brand: look out for mismatched earrings. Christopher Bailey also followed in the footsteps of Dior and curated an exhibition in conjunction with the show - opening the brand to a much wider audience. 
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#222222">One of the most anticipated collections was without a doubt came from Topshop that followed the see-now, buy-now principle allowing items to be directly shoppable immediately after the catwalk show, on Topshop.com. The show was a vintage Soho inspired extravaganza featuring old school coats, crystal details and wonderful metallics. British supermodel Jourdan Dunn closed Topshop's show in a barely-there chiffon maxi dress complete with the ubiquitous ruffles that have been a theme across the week. You can snap your own party girl look from £39, with the upper echelon reaching £395. 
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#222222">We couldn’t do a LFW round up without mentioning Molly Goddard who employed her usual orb dresses of smocked tulle in inky black and smocked cotton but this season she added a more slinky, conventionally sexy silhouette in orange, embellished with sequins while presenting a series of cotton bell-shaped dresses and skirts. Her real strength though relied on her unexpected styling. The models wore practical flat boots, black brogues or else went barefoot. The models hopped from one platform to the next while doing a series of poses from the peace sign to Eddie Campbell dragging ample amounts of cigarette smoke.

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As we close on yet another brilliant London Fashion Week we round up the most fashionable, jaw dropping and exquisitely chic moments of the past few days. LFW which opened on Friday, has featured more than 100 designers and included high profile shows. 


For example, it was the first time Giorgio Armani had staged a catwalk event in London for more than 10 years. The 83-year-old designer said he had chosen London "for its "dynamism, energy and cosmopolitanism". 

Donatella Versace showcased her younger range, Versus, which featured plenty of checks, bikinis and cowgirl-themed pieces. 

It wouldn't be London Fashion Week without a bit of avant garde. Hussein Chalayan's models took to the catwalk in very unusual and surreal headdresses. 

As usual, London Fashion week attracted the rich, famous and, of course, beautiful - model Daisy Lowe arrived wearing a blue kimono, accompanied by her much-loved pooch. But it hasn't been glamour all the way. Dozens of anti-fur protestors gathered ahead of shows including Burberry. Speaking of Burberry the check pattern is now back minus the cheesy associations of the early naughts. This was all due to the brilliant styling that infused a new feel to the brand: look out for mismatched earrings. Christopher Bailey also followed in the footsteps of Dior and curated an exhibition in conjunction with the show - opening the brand to a much wider audience. 
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#222222">On the other hand, designer Gareth Pugh’s creations were informed by the "inescapable forces of the cultural landscape" as he described them. Pugh's collection, took place at an old music hall in north London, to abide by the "ambiguous and troubling" overall feel. 
#222222">
#222222">One of the most anticipated collections was without a doubt came from Topshop that followed the see-now, buy-now principle allowing items to be directly shoppable immediately after the catwalk show, on Topshop.com. The show was a vintage Soho inspired extravaganza featuring old school coats, crystal details and wonderful metallics. British supermodel Jourdan Dunn closed Topshop's show in a barely-there chiffon maxi dress complete with the ubiquitous ruffles that have been a theme across the week. You can snap your own party girl look from £39, with the upper echelon reaching £395. 
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#222222">We couldn’t do a LFW round up without mentioning Molly Goddard who employed her usual orb dresses of smocked tulle in inky black and smocked cotton but this season she added a more slinky, conventionally sexy silhouette in orange, embellished with sequins while presenting a series of cotton bell-shaped dresses and skirts. Her real strength though relied on her unexpected styling. The models wore practical flat boots, black brogues or else went barefoot. The models hopped from one platform to the next while doing a series of poses from the peace sign to Eddie Campbell dragging ample amounts of cigarette smoke.

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London Fashion Week is here and soon our eyes will be on the Parisian sidewalks. For this week, the fashion pack made a splash on the catwalk the front row and most importantly the streets were the conversation is quite different but equally sartorially sumptuous. 


From oversized slogan tees to designer trainers the streets of London have never failed to provide us with ample material for style inspiration for the season ahead. This time around it was no different. We got a glimpse of anything and everything from heel height, to hairstyle trends, bag trends (yes we're seeing the GAIA ARK bag everywhere, and styling concepts such as teaming slogan tees and hoodies with vinyl or tulle skirts. 

The vibrant colors were also making a splash in the streets of London as they did in NYC: orange, shocking pink, marigold, tomato red and mustard yellow. But we also spotted girls in tulle dresses and detailing or embellishments by Molly Goddard and Simone Rocha. There was another trend for bold, completely out there and blatant red. Yes, a full-on head-to-toe red outfit is going strong this season. 

Finally, the check blazer and working girl outfit circa late 80's complete with geek cheek glasses and chandelier earrings were all the rage. And since we're talking about accessories, JW Anderson cross-body bags, Dior kitten heels, and Parisian berets were the best details on the street. 

 Check out our gallery for inspiration and get your updated LFW outfit by choosing one of the outfits in our exclusive edit below!

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London Fashion Week has arrived. The fashion pack made a splash on the catwalk the front row and most importantly the streets were the fashion conversation is quite different but always sartorially sumptuous. 


From oversized slogan tees to designer trainers the streets of London have never failed to provide us with ample material for style inspiration for the season ahead. This time around it was no different. We got a glimpse of anything and everything from heel height, to hairstyle trends, bag trends (yes we're seeing the GAIA ARK everywhere, and styling concepts such as teaming slogan tees and hoodies with vinyl or tutu skirts. 

The vibrant colors were also making a splash in the streets of London as they did in NYC: orange, shocking pink, marigold, tomato red and mustard yellow. But we also spotted girls in tulle dresses and detailing or embellishments by Molly Goddard and Simone Rocha. There was another trend for bold, completely out there and blatant red. Yes, a full-on head-to-toe red outfit is going strong this season. 

Finally, the check blazer and working girl outfit circa late 80's complete with geek cheek glasses and chandelier earrings were all the rage. And since we're talking about accessories, JW Anderson cross-body bags, to Dior kitten heels, and Parisian berets are the best details on the street. 

Check out our gallery for inspiration and get your updated LFW outfit by choosing one of the outfits in our exclusive edit below!

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The @stylesprinter showing how to wear our open hollow clover rosegold necklace. Jewellery but with more meaning. Also how cute is her dog! - - #rosegold #necklace #lfw #london #knightsbridge #kensington #nyc #newyork #designer #latelita #latelitalondon #fashion #fashionweek #lfw2017 #instadaily #love #jewellery #jewelry #jewels #joyas #sparkle #shinebrightlikeadiamond #pink #puppy #wolfandbadger #summer #floral

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London Fashion Week just drew to an end and we are feeling so inspired by all the Street Style outfits we spotted that we decided to share the best trends with you. 


The rainy weather was the perfect excuse to whip out oversized puffer jackets, from short and pink to long and black, nothing was too much.
 
On the dryer days, we saw a lot of faux fur, giving the animal rights protesters standing outside the shows little to complain about. And speaking of animals, fishnet tights made a huge comeback this season and are here to stay. They add a grunge touch to almost any outfit and are a great alternative to plain black tights. 

We also spotted a ton of Japanese style prints. They come in all different forms such as letters, flowers or tiger prints so you’ll be sure to find your pick. 

Finally, everyone knows fashion is used as a political vehicle and this season was no exception. The wave of women rights movements was truly felt through the tons of empowering tees that were unexpectedly added to even the most elegant outfits. 

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Fashion week is done and dusted for another season, and whilst we're sad to wave goodbye to it until September, our feet are in much need of a break. 


On Monday the Shopcade Editors headed to David Ferreira at Freemason's Hall, for a "freak ball" extravaganza! Bright colours, exaggerated cuts and fluff galore, this show certainly brought out the freak in all of us! 

Next up we headed to the Dilara Findikoglu presentation, where the designer hinted at a Marilyn Manson collaboration - queue us getting giddy with excitement. 

Monday finished off with an amazing event held by Aspinal of London at Claridges. With champagne, red velvet cake and a gif booth, we were in heaven. The bags on show were gorgeous, ranging from classic totes to the magical (unicorn prints were abundant). 

Tuesday came too quickly, as we clung on to the last day of fashion week. Attending two presentations on brick lane. First up we went to the Isa Arfen presentation. The pieces were extremely wearable, but still innovative. Then we headed to Dorateymur, where the shoes stole the show. Who would have thought carved elephants as a heel would be so chic? 

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Get ready for LFW with Topshop's must-have pieces. From statement accessories, embroidered shirts and standout coats, you'll rack up some street style accolades.


This season is all about humbug stripes, eighties nostalgia and trophy trousers! Whether you're attending shows, or watching from home, take inspiration from those in-the-know. 

Don't hang about, shop our top picks below to get seen on the streets this fashion month...

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Fashion week peaks over Saturday and Sunday and we all get consumed by the mania. Over the weekend, myself and the French Shopcade Editor went to a whopping 20 shows/presentations. Running from BFC to Freemasons hall, we navigated our way through the protests- PETA were campaigning outside the venues on both days.

On Saturday our favourite shows were Ashley Isham, which always gives us serious Club Tropicana vibes and Han Wen, where the 80s punk vibes caught our eye. 

On Sunday the highlights included Jamie We Huang (swoon over those shoes). Pam Hogg, like every season, stole the show- Fearne Cotton and Alice Dellal walked, and accompanied the designer for the finale, where they scattered rose petals on the audience. Then, in a quick dash across London, we went to the David Koma show. It couldn't have been more different from Pam Hogg, but was equally as breathtaking. You know it's going to be a good collection when Olivia Palermo sits FROW.  

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David Koma show was magical 😍 #lfw

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Behind the scenes at Hallie Sara #lfw

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