The street style set can finally put their feet up, as London Fashion Week draws to a close until next season. The five-day celebration was undoubtedly one of the most exciting to date with photographers, stylists and A-list attendees flying in from across the globe to play witness to the best of British talent. From Riccardo Tisci’s highly-anticipated Burberry debut to Victoria Beckham’s 10th anniversary show , the SS19 collections are sure to make the sartorial history books but how will the trends translate when it comes to our wardrobes? The runway was plastered in Insta-worthy content this season, as models took to the catwalk in juxtaposing prints, ’70s-inspired suiting and period drama-worthy lace. Over at Rixo, the industry’s coolest names took notes on how to clash animal spots and polka dots while Alexa Chung’s debut proved a wearable feast courtesy of sharp waistcoats and silky neckties. From the return of the power shoulder to the influencer-approved boiler suit, these are the SS19 trends you’ll be wearing before you know it. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: B est dressed celebrities: September’s top A-list fashion moments so far These are the London Fashion Week street style stars we’ll be copying this season This is how to wear your jumper this season according to the LFW runway
London Fashion Week is in full swing, with House of Holland, Victoria Beckham and Alice Temperley among the labels who have already shown their spring/ summer 2019 collections. Edie Campbell and Christabel McGreevy kicked off the week with a party for their brand Itchy Scratchy Patchy at the Moonlighting Social Club’s current base at Momo’s. Photographer Louie Banks, poet James Massiah, Gully Guy Leo, and Crack Stevens spun the desks while music man of the moment Jimothy Lacoste performed.
Yesterday, Alexa Chung made her much-anticipated designer debut at London Fashion Week with a collection inspired by her own personal sense of style. One might think that Chung would have been imbued with confidence as she displayed her sartorial creations during the most fashionable event in the capital. “It’s not exclusive to fashion, I’ve felt it with everything I’ve done,” Chung told BBC News.
“Going to catwalk shows and being photographed wearing nice clothes doesn’t make you an expert on them,” said Alexa Chung on Saturday before her debut show as a fashion designer. True, but the glamorous version of on-the-job training – which saw Chung become a well-known face at London fashion week long before she launched her Alexachung label – has paid off: her clothes comfortably held their own on the catwalk. Chung hopes this collection, entitled Arrivals and Departures, will show the industry her label is here to stay.
Chubby Cloud by Anya Hindmarch is a three-day immersive, consumer-facing event taking place at Banqueting House, the neo-classical gem designed by Inigo Jones.
From aviation-inspired jumpsuits to post card print dresses and air steward neck scarves...
Blogger Kellie Brown is on a mission to help recognise those who feel "invisible" during Fashion Week.
It's September and what does that mean in the fashion calendar? With designers the talk of the town, we've put together a list of some places to explore to learn a little more about London's fashion scene. From the King's Road to Harrods and some rather divine Chelsea charity shops that even Anna Wintour's shades would approve of, here are nine places where you'll definitely find the London look.
Alexa Chung says it is a “dream come true” to put on her first catwalk show on the official schedule for London Fashion Week. The presenter and model will present her Spring/Summer 2019 collection on Saturday morning. Chung, who has been a regular on the LFW front rows, said: “I’ve been fortunate enough to attend many London Fashion Week shows and it never gets boring.