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How London Fashion Week's Guests Set The Tone For Future Trends

London Fashion Week never disappoints us and this time was no exception. The runway during the week showcased some cutting-edge and breathtaking outfits. Ranging from glitzy and glam to modern wear. The designers came up with a plethora of fresh ideas despite the rough waves and dreadful weather. 

Fashion houses like Erdem, Simone Rocha, Versace, and many more will be presenting their collections at the London Fashion Week 2022. While numerous brands have canceled in honor of Queen Elizabeth. 

Several trendsetters stood out by opting for monotone ensembles in bold colors. A huge amount of London-based designers have put their own spin on the traditional Canadian tuxedo by creating eye-catching ensembles that combine basic denim suits with corsets, big bombers, and patchwork pieces.

To what extent would you want to alter your appearance? During London Fashion Week 2022, you may get a glimpse of the newest trends in women's fashion.

Look below to see the most memorable London Fashion Week street style outfits. 

Day 1

denim jacket

 

The first day of the London Fashion Week 2022 showcased several trendy outfits. To begin with, Donna Wallace wore a shirt of tweed fabric  with a twist of all-black that elevated her look at LFW. 

With so much exciting new trendsetting outfits, there was a combination of cardigan and cargo trousers that are perfect for the months that has crying temperatures to stay comfy and warm. With this, you can finally spice up your wardrobe from boring outfits to comical extras. 

During the runway, one of the guests was seen wearing patchwork denim pants whereas others sported graphically printed jeans. You can add a denim maxi skirt that you wore all summer with a denim  jacket to make your look change from summer to fall.

Day 2

velvet

 

One of the guests during the London Fashion Week wore velvet  pants instead of his regular denim or leather  trousers with metallic boots and a baby pink handbag. The combination was definitely looking fun!

Looking at all the guests on the runway it is safe to say that a flaming two-piece and a knee-high patent leather boot were the picks of this sartorialist. 

British Vogue's Deputy Editor Sarah Harris donned an all-white ensemble for Day 2 of London Fashion Week to prove that the color is weather-appropriate. She paired her outfit with a pair of clumsy Dad sandals. 

Day 3

coats

 

On day three of London Fashion Week, Deborah Ababio looked casual and playful in a denim jumpsuit reminiscent of the 1970s and an emerald green coat.

Invest in some high-quality basics to round out your loungewear. Renia Jaz casually wore grey pants with a Prada tank top and a matching coat. She accessorized with a single red flower perched on her shoulder. Well, the red flower stole the show, right?

From day 3 we got that if we want to look and feel what we are wearing then the two-piece set is a simple and convenient option to carry. 

All in all, the three-day event was full of stylish guests with their aesthetic and vibrant outfits. 

 

 

FAQ

What are the 4 major fashion week events?

Paris Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, London Fashion Week, and Milan Fashion Week are some of the most famous fashion weeks in the world when the newest collections from renowned designers are shown off to buyers, the media, celebrities, and top models. 

What is the biggest fashion week in the world?

By far the most shows can be seen during New York Fashion Week, which is a depiction of a more understated American aesthetic. Paris, on the other hand, is home to some of the most illustrious labels in the world, including Chanel, Dior, Saint Laurent, and many more.

Is London good for fashion?

Yes, London’s reputation as a fashion capital has been solidified by the fact that it serves as a source of inspiration for designers at all stages of their careers, thanks to the wide range of cultures represented here.

 

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