For most of us, September might mark the end of summer, but for those of you who aren’t quite ready to get your winter favourites out of hibernation, take a look ahead at what fashions hottest designers are looking at for SS18! As the shows come to an end, we’ve put together a bite size round up of the top trends to come out of the New York and London Fashion Weeks.
One Shoulder Trend
The trends of the 80s are continuing to make a revival and shoulder detail is key. It might feel like the cold shoulder has been around for a few seasons now and whilst we’ve not seen the back of it yet, one shoulder dresses and tops are the new go to shape.
As seen at Diane Von Furstenburg, Self Portrait and Zimmermann
Your wardrobe will be no stranger to ruffles, but during the latest fashion weeks, designers have updated the trend and we’ve seen ruffles move from sleeves, onto hemlines of skirts, dresses and trousers. Take some inspiration from Carolina Herrera and use the ruffles the add shape and texture to your outfit.
Rodarte, Emilio De La Morena and Carolina Herrera were all championing this trend
The good news is, Athleisure is here to stay! London Fashion Week in particular saw British designers putting a new twist on the trend with feminine shapes and colours as well as more detailed embellishments.
Look to Peter Pilotto, Topshop Unique and Emporio Armani for some inspiration
You might just be getting used to millennial pink which seemed to dominate the catwalk this season but designers such as Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors and Proenza Schouler have hinted that it could be replaced by lavender for SS18.
Victoria Beckham, Michael Kors and Proenza Schouler
The wait is on for Spring/Summer 18 but in the meantime, head to our new in collection to find this season’s must haves!
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