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Emily Beeson
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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. 

Shop the edit below and give your accessories line-up a new-season reboot... 

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Brittany Du-Crow
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London is known for being the most experimental of all of the Fashion Week cities – with so many up-and-coming designers on the schedule, there’s always a collection to suit every style. Now that autumn is upon us, we’ve rounded up the top trends we spotted at LFW that you’re about to see everywhere...  


Corduroy   

Meet the most unexpected trend of the season: Roland Mouret, Erdem and Emilia Wickstead gave corduroy a whole new look with pretty shades and feminine silhouettes – try a midi skirt or flared trousers to take it into the evening. 

Sequins   

Sequinned pieces for party season may not sound groundbreaking, but the LFW runways were awash with shimmering designs. Look to Temperley London, Halpern and Toga for inspiration, and try an ‘80s-inspired shape to tick off two trends in one.   

Tartan

Checks were all over the AW18 runways, but London’s had a punk feel to them. Simone Rocha and House of Holland both showed head-to-toe tartan looks, and we predict you’re about to see a whole lot more of them on your favourite influencers.   

Rainbow stripes   

Christopher Bailey’s final collection for Burberry was a tribute to PRIDE, but it wasn’t the only show that was dominated by rainbow hues – Ashish and Osman also presented bold multicolored pieces, from striped trousers to embellished dresses.   

Blanket coats

Perhaps the most practical trend for autumn, blanket dressing was a key theme throughout the London shows. From Rokanda’s checked wraps to Delpozo’s furry asymmetric styles, these cosy cover-ups will be the coolest way to stay warm this winter.   

Need more AW18 trend inspiration? Shop our new season picks below…  

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Brittany Du-Crow
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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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Thiara Collorec
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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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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. 

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Lina Psaila
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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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Alya Barutoğlu
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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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Federica Caiazzo
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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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Hattie Cotmore
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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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Isabelle Herring
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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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Isabelle Herring
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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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