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Felicia Pennant
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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. 

Image credit: Vogue.com and Google.

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Charlotte Bailly
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Fans de chaussures, vous allez revivre ! 

L’été est enfin là et on peut ranger les bottes de pluie et sortir nos chaussures colorées.

Escarpins, sandales, compensées, babies et salomés, on sort les talons pour les dîners en terrasse.

Découvrez notre sélection de designs uniques et originaux, que vous ne retrouverez définitivement pas aux pieds de tout le monde ;) 

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Lily Niu
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This week, satisfy your inner movie nut and indulge in some of the hottest trailers for films that are coming soon- but not soon enough!

Plus, see the Scream Queens' recently released title sequence featuring Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin and more. To get a taste of their think pink fashion sense, simply look below to our edit for inspo ;)

Which of the above movie trailers has YOU the most excited? Let us know by commenting below!

Photo Credit: Golden Idols, Fashion Gone Rogue, Pure Magazine
Video Credit: Ryan Murphy, Warner Bros. Pictures, Universal Pictures UK, Movieclips Trailers, Zero Media, Beyond The Trailer

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