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What to expect from London Fashion Week

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Posted by , 14th February, 2017

With one of the biggest events of the British social calendar AW2017 London Fashion Week  fast approaching, we’ve taken a sneak peak at the bespoke fashion trends set to take the catwalk this February, and picked out some potential styles to dominate the upcoming season.

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Khaki is one colour palette that looks set to takeover our spring summer wardrobe. Whether it’s a dress, coat, or skirt, khaki is the colour you need to be wearing in the upcoming seasons.

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Joseph
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Mulberry

Shiny fabrics and metallics appear throughout British collections, think satin, acetate and nylon. It’s one trend that’s guaranteed to make you standout from the crowd.

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Burberry
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Alexander McQueen
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Alexander McQueen

One trend guaranteed to be gracing the catwalks of London fashion week is lace and tulle skirts. Full length, patterned lace skirts are a popular piece throughout the collections of British designers, such as Burberry and Alexander McQueen. The see-through skirts overlay undergarments adding an ethereal element to each outfit.

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Lace garments have been paired with black statement lace-up boots to add an edge to classically feminine outfits.

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Anya Hindmarch
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Paul Smith

Both Anya Hindmarch and Paul Smith have used bright pastel colours throughout their respective collections, with pinks and oranges taking centre stage. It seems like bright colours are in vogue right now – whether it’s layering different hues or making a statement with a colour block coat or dress.

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Alexander McQueen
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Mulberry
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Burberry

Masculine prints including stripes and checks are also a recurring theme throughout the spring summer collections. Stripe prints are big this season, and can be mismatched with plain fabrics or styled in a matching two piece if you’re feeling brave.

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Ruffles have been a key trend for the past seasons, and it’s a romantic style that looks sent to dominate in 2017. In AW British collections ruffles have frequently been used to accentuate a dress or one piece.

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