In a modernist show space that looked as though it had landed in Bedford Square from another planet, Topshop Unique presented a down-to-earth take on space-age style. The largely monochrome colour palette allowed for experimentation in cut, pattern and panelling; the opening look combined graphic white blocks interspersed with sheer panels while differently sized checks were clashed together in oversized suits. Topshop always excels at pushing the boundaries while also achieving mass appeal and this collection perfected the art; sequin-covered pencil skirts were toned down by boxy grey jersey sweaters while slouchy shirt dresses and tailored trousers would fit into any summer wardrobe. Flashes of canary yellow worked well with the crisp white, while fashion rules were broken as black mini dresses were worn with oversized blue blazers. With a front row filled with some of the world’s most stylish dressers, Topshop remains a label with wide-ranging appeal and a wearable take on the latest trends.
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