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When we’re on the lookout for new-season pieces from cutting-edge brands there’s usually one store that springs to mind. W Concept is our go-to for anything from high-end streetwear to IT-bags and to our delight, their new-season lines have just dropped...  


Suiting is huge for fall – you only need to check the coverage from this month’s Fashion Week Events to see that – so naturally, we’ve got our eye on the Drama Collection by FRONTROW, a tailored line-up crafted using innovative tech fabric.    

The label has applied its flair for garment technology to a collection of cool, androgynous pieces for season ahead – think sleek pants, statement blazers and block-color separates as seen all over the style set’s Instagram feeds.

The Drama Collection is all about boyfriend styles so expect ultra-flattering cuts in lightweight stretch-fabric that hang perfectly on the body. No bunching, no draping, just cool oversized jackets and a choice of slim, flared or voluminous pants.    

Classic gray and black, rust-toned brick and autumnal camel tap into this season’s biggest color trends, meaning it’s easy to mix and match these simple separates to turn your look up or down.    

There’s nothing cooler than a woman in a well-fitting suit, so we’re taking cues from cool ‘70s layering and androgynous ‘80s styling to raise our game this season.   

Browse our gallery for styling inspiration from our favourite influencers and shop the collection below…   

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Whether you opt for '70s-inspired silk tassels or boho macramé, fringing is in and there's no denying it. Tipped to be a huge interiors trend for the coming seasons, this little detail pays homage to luxury vintage pads and cute beach houses alike.

The trick with fringe is not to overdo it. Artfully selecting a range of textured pieces can really boost a room's appeal and lend it a cool, eclectic edge but there are a few rules to follow. 

Firstly, stick to a simple palette. Ensure your fringed pieces work as accents to the room and avoid massive colour clashes. 

Secondly, less is more so opt for a fringed wall hanging, a few tactile fringed cushions or a textural rug but avoid going for all three in the same room. 

Lastly, stick to a single look in each room. Love pink silk fringe? Work it with simple marble, copper and deep navy velvet. Into rustic artwork in neutral tones? Use it to offset a darker wall colour and pair it with similar natural fabrics like linen. 

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No longer just a staple of the '70s, faux fur is back in a big way for FW18 and not just in the fashion world. Faux sheepskin rugs and fluffy throw pillows are one of the coolest and coziest ways to prepare your home for the chillier seasons...


Whether you opt for oversized throws in neutral tones for classic appeal, faux sheepskin for minimalist Scandi chic, or bright pink cushions for a touch of statement flair, faux fur is the way to go. 

Want to transform your living room, bedroom or even your workspace into a cozy sanctuary? Browse and shop our edit of the best faux fur pieces to adorn your home with below...

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Homages to the ‘70s may be dominating the high street this season but there’s one ‘80s throwback that’s fast becoming a firm favourite too.   


White boots are having their moment and we’ve spotted them on all our favourite influencers and street style stars. Whether you favour a classic ankle boot or a statement over-the-knee style, consider an iteration in optic white for AW18.   

Putting an effortlessly cool twist on our usual go-to boots for work and the weekend, everyone from Stuart Weitzman to Chloe has offered up a bright-white pair with anything from studded detailing and a chunky sole to pointed toe and lace-up front for extra interest.  

Team your white boots with slim-fit jeans, printed skirts, midi dresses and those must-have wide-leg cords. Or if you’re heading out, don a cool mini and a leather jacket for instant style cred.   

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If there’s one brand that knows how to do fall to perfection, it’s Coach. Mainstay of cool girls, stylists and celebs everywhere, Coach is synonymous with a laid-back rock’n’roll meets wild prairie aesthetic and of course, those signature shearling and leather pieces.   


You can always rely on Coach to offer up a luxe fall jacket or the perfect new-season bag, complete with playful dino charms, but this year the brand has really struck gold.   

Perhaps it’s because the rest of the fashion world seems to be embracing the Coach approach to style with ‘70s shearling, snakeskin and muted autumnal tones reigning supreme on the FW18 runways at fashion Week.    

Whatever the reason, the brand’s latest ready-to-wear collection is almost too good to be true so we’ve picked out our favourite pieces and the styles you need to know about before they sell out.   

Shop the new-season Coach edit and elevate your look to new heights…   

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It’s official: corduroy is cool again. First seen on the Fall ‘18 runway, we’re now spotting the trend on some of our favorite influencers. Here’s how to work the trend into your seasonal wardrobe.


If you’re looking to try this season’s ‘70s trend, this is the perfect way to do it. Try wide-leg pants in tan or camel and keep the look modern with a simple gray sweater or a silk shirt.

Show-goers at Fashion Week were snapped wearing cord head to toe, which looked especially cool in fresh, bright hues. Try an an oversized jacket and a skirt for a contemporary feel and finish the look with a simple white T-shirt.  

If in doubt, keep it simple. A classic corduroy jacket will look effortlessly cool with a pair of jeans. Any shape goes: blazers, trench coats and quilted styles were all spotted on the runway, so take your pick.  

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The runways at London Fashion Week didn't fail to dazzle, though that was largely due to the sheer scale of the accessories showcased for SS19. Chandelier earrings, glittering necklaces and heavily embellished bags featured across the board. 

With the coming season's trends firmly established, we've rounded up a list of the pieces you'll be seeing everywhere and what to invest in now... 

Pearls and gemstones

That's right, forget your dainty gold chains and simple cuff bracelets because maximalism is on its way and it'll be sticking around for a little while. Oversized pearl earrings and shoes and bags adorned with crystals a lá Gucci and Chanel are where it's at.

Tinted glasses 

Big '70s style lenses were huge this summer and they'll continue to reign well into next year. Statement sunnies will be every shade of the rainbow with tinted lenses being one of the biggest accessories trends for the seasons ahead. 

Granny bags

We've always loved a granny bag and now that it's perfectly acceptable, if not cool to rock a beaded bag or mini crochet number, we're digging our favourites out and stocking up on new handbag styles. If it's kitsch or cute, send it our way. 

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Ready to shop for the new season but overwhelmed by all the trends? Don’t worry – we’ve rounded up the best looks from London Fashion Week, along with our favourite AW18 pieces.   
Modern military  

It’s not unusual for military pieces to appear on the AW runway, but Belstaff’s collection was a fresh take on the trend. We loved the printed hoodies worn with double-breasted coats and zipped cargo pants.   

Reworked classics

For AW18, Burberry gave its iconic pieces a contemporary update: see the oversized trench coats, rainbow logo-embroidered sweatshirts and checked baseball caps.  

Tonal tailoring   

Loved for its pared-back minimalism, Joseph’s autumn collection did not disappoint. A standout look consisted of clean brown tailoring worn with a sharp camel coat.  

Utility cool   

JW Anderson’s show combined menswear and womenswear, but each had an effortless utilitarian feel. We predict the graphic knit sweaters and relaxed khaki pants will be an instant hit.   

Industrial outerwear

Not only were the coats and jackets at Christopher Raeburn incredibly cool, they were also constructed from recycled materials. Look out for the checked wool pieces made from Russian navy blankets.   

Asymmetric shapes   

Chalayan’s deconstructed designs made ordinary wardrobe staples feel completely unique – check out the cut-out trousers and cleverly folded coats in the line-up.   

Heritage checks   

You can always count on Margaret Howell to deliver timeless pieces that will transcend seasons – for example, the checked shirts and Prince of Wales tailoring seen on the runway. 

Retro refresh   

‘70s references could be spotted throughout Oliver Spencer’s show, but in the most understated way: see the corduroy and velvet trousers and shearling jackets.   

Sports luxe  

Sportswear has become a fixture on the runway, and it’s not going anywhere fast. Band of Outsiders mixed retro tracksuits with smart tailoring for a fresh take on the trend.   

Go graphic  

Bold logo prints are still dominating the street style circuit, and it looks like they’re sticking around for another season. Cottweiler’s final look was an oversized T-shirt embroidered with the Natural History Museum’s name – also the location of the label's show.   

Shop the trends seen on the runway with our AW18 edit below…   

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Autumnal chills call for luxe layers and if there’s one label that knows how to do this well it’s Florence Bridge…  


The eponymous British brand is well known for its impossibly soft Mongolian lambswool jackets rocked by pop idols and street style stars alike, but its offering includes light, pared-back layers too.   

Our go-to for desk to drinks, simple slip dresses, silk shirts and cool wide-leg trousers are our favourite picks from Florence Bridge’s offering and that’s before we’ve even mentioned the signature wool pieces.   

Available inn an array of hues from smoky neutral grey to pop-bright scarlet red, these expertly-crafted jackets, scarves and sleeveless separates fuse pure ‘70s glam with a cool contemporary silhouette.   

Perfect pieces for layering or raising your game this autumn, shop our favourite picks from Florence Bridge in the edit below…  

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Now that September's here and New York Fashion Week has graced us once again, it’s time to reflect on the trends we saw on the runways and get excited about wearing them in real life. Here’s our round-up of the top ten trends we loved at NYFW and the ones you'll be seeing everywhere...  


Animal print  

Already spotted on our favorite street style stars, animal prints ruled the New York runways. Tom Ford’s came in every shape and color you could imagine, but classic leopard patterns still dominate – see Victoria Beckham’s timeless coats.  

Western boots

From slouchy over-the-knee shapes to classic cowboy styles, plenty of Western boots were worn on the runway this season. Whichever you choose, show them off with cropped denim or maximalist dresses.  

Checks  

They may be nothing new, but checks are about to have a major moment. Michael Kors and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC both showed punk-inspired tartan coats – we’ll be wearing them with denim and chunky boots.   

Logomania

Logo prints have ruled the street style circuit for several seasons now, and they’re not going anywhere – Alexander Wang’s embellished tracksuits and Tom Ford’s sequined sweatshirts are proof if proof were ever needed.   

Neon 

Already championed by Kim Kardashian, neon brights popped up everywhere. We loved Calvin Klein’s industrial-style jackets and Tibi’s fluorescent sweaters teamed with low-key camel tailoring.    

‘70s brown 

Coach and Self-Portrait both showed plenty of ‘70s-inspired brown hues, proving the trend has serious staying power. Try a belted coat or midi dress for a timeless feel.   

Colorful suiting

Navy and black will no longer do – suits this season came in every color possible. From candy pinks to pastel blues, any shade goes as long as you’re wearing it from head to toe.   

‘80s maximalism

Tom Ford proved the ‘80s are here to stay for another season with purple leopard-print leggings, sequins and shoulder pads.    

Modern sports 

Sportswear is now a staple on the runway, and this season it came in sleek silhouettes with industrial details – think quilted nylon midi skirts and oversized drawstring pants.   

The new utility 

Military-inspired pieces make their way onto the catwalk every fall, and with good reason: a classic double-breasted coat or khaki jacket will never go out of style.   

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It’s official: the colour of autumn 2018 is undisputedly orange. Whether you rock a neon shade or a rich vintage-inspired hue, orange is the cheerful champion of our cool-weather line-ups…   


Successfully wearing the colour is, however, easier said than done. It’s a bold shade and one that’s best sported with an all-or-nothing approach. We looked to our editors for a few tips on how to nail the autumnal trend sweeping Instagram.  

Oversized  

A statement colour calls for a statement silhouette so go big or go home with this one, literally. Think oversized duster coats and puffer styles, flared or wide-leg trousers and boxy shirts and tees. A maxi dress or skirt is always a winner too.  

Utilitarian  

The sporty, utility-inspired trend is big for AW18 so think less ‘70s corduroy and more futuristic crepe and lamé. Try sporting simple culottes with a cropped metallic jacket or opt for a simple military-inspired look with a button-down shirt and straight-leg trousers in bright orange tones. 

Androgynous  

Gender fluidity is back and here to stay this season. Rock your orange pieces in simple silhouettes and cool, understated layers. Give sports-luxe a go with an orange varsity jacket, trending camouflage prints and matching chunky-soled sneakers.   

Colour blocked

Brave enough to try head-to-toe orange? Be sure to stay consistent with your choice of shade. Whether you opt for a pop-bright tone or a pale peachy orange, match your ensemble exactly to nail this season’s hottest colour trend.   

Want to try the look for yourself? Shop our favourite orange pieces for him and for her below…   

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Our favourite high street hero is serving up serious September outfit inspiration with its latest collection and we want everything on offer. Loved by the fash pack, a staple of editors around the world and a fail-safe source of street style looks, Topshop never lets us down.  


The British brand’s autumn offering is comprised of on-trend animal prints, chunky-heeled boots and lightweight fabrics coupled with cool jackets and co-ords.   

Channelling the ‘70s vibes we’re seeing everywhere for this season, Topshop have really pushed the boat out with luxe tan leather, faux snakeskin, double-breasted styles and flared trouser suits.  

Discover our favourite pieces from the new collection below and shop them before they all sell out…  

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