Choose ‘Rainbow’ as your style statement of the season
Red, yellow, pink, green, lemon, lavender and lilac - colour abounded this season and if you can’t narrow it down to one, ‘opt for all’ is the stylish way to incorporate colour. Christopher Bailey’s last show for Burberry, was a celebration of all things LGBT, youth and fun in the form of rainbow faux fur, a rainbow update to the classic Burberry check, berets, puffer jackets and much more. Harness this trend with our round-up of Regent Street’s most colourful picks.
Milk Tray Purple
We bid a fond farewell to Millennial Pink and embrace this new lilac hue with open arms. Pioneered by the formidable Victoria Beckhham at New York Fashion Week, the trend has well and truly crossed the pond. Taking pride of place on the catwalks such as Richard Malone, Prada and Pucci. Find out how you can commit to this shade on Regent Street, from fashion to homewares there’s something for everyone here.
All that glitters
From Markus Lupfer’s glittering hair crystals to Sophia Webster’s adorned glitter buns, there was a sprinkling of sparkle throughout the London shows. This whimsical trend trend is easy to adapt to be wearable for everyday if you use the right products to add a touch of shine. Join the glitter-pack with our wrap up of the best glitter products.
Bringing back the 80s
Are you having déjà vu too? It’s true, we went back to the eighties again this LFW. An era designers return to over and over again, we saw day-glo make up, ra-ra skirts, mullets and tie-dye at Ashley Williams, and puffball mini dresses at Molly Goddard. If you can’t get enough of shoulder pads, bright colours, pin stripe suits and cycling shorts treat yourself with our favourite 80s inspired pieces.