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London Fashion Week AW16 trend report

Global Blue takes a look at some of the top trends that emerged at London Fashion Week autumn/winter 2016. From 1940s gothic glamour to mismatched fashion and sheer slips, these are the top trends for autumn/winter 2016 as seen at London Fashion Week

Emily Scrivener
Emily Scrivener ,

While last season’s collections emphasised a soft, feminine look, with a focus on frills, florals and pretty pleats, the autumn/winter 2016 collections showed a shift to the darker side of beauty. The spring/summer collections’ age of innocence seemingly disappeared in London, with designers showing a taste for more sultry styles. Femininity and romance were still key, yet there was a sense of nostalgia and gothic glamour. Erdem, Christopher Kane and Alexander McQueen all conjured up a surreal and slightly eccentric look, reflected in 1940s silhouettes, negligee dresses and ruffles. Other trends included the continued penchant for bomber jackets and illusion dresses, often paired for an entirely modern approach. Take a look at the top trends from London Fashion Week autumn/winter 2016 here.

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