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London Fashion Week AW18 trend report

As the shows come to a close in the British capital, we round up the biggest trends of the season from extreme 80s looks to a taste of the rainbow

Lucinda Turner
Lucinda Turner,

As a city, London is known for bold, avant-garde fashion choices that provide a contrast with the more sensible New York, Paris and Milan. However, that’s not to say it doesn’t draw in some serious fashion names. This season saw Christopher Bailey’s last show for Burberry, the brand he has been at the helm of for more than 17 years, as well as the introduction of Spanish brand Delpozo – who relocated from New York for the season – to the schedule. British favourites Erdem, Christopher Kane and Roksanda showed unsurprisingly stunning collections, while relative newcomers Rejina Pyo and Halpern proved to be the hottest tickets in town – aside, of course, from name-to-know Richard Quinn, who actually managed to have Her Majesty the Queen in attendance. When it comes to trends, it’s safe to say that autumn/winter 2018/19 will have something for everyone. From daring pops of acid yellow to pared-back pastels, from heritage fabrics to all-out sparkle, and from the most feminine tulle to double-breasted power suits that meant business it was a season of two halves with plenty to covet, no matter what your taste.



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