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The Best Looks From Fashion Week So Far

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Not everyone has the time to keep up with runway trends, so we’ve done the work for you. With London Fashion Week SS18 in full swing, we’ve rounded up our favourites from the labels who’ve shown so far…

London Fashion Week:

Erdem

Erdem's typically floral offering included a dose of this season's must have purple flower trend, alongside romantic high-neck maxis. Contrastingly, angular strapless designs made a change from ethereal tulle styles – this tiered pink design is a fashion-forward favourite.

 

Temperley

Silk wrapped hair, statement red lips and pastel two pieces evoked a vintage South of France feel at Temperley. Polka dot blouses teamed with high waisted skirts, oversized tulle ballet skirts and gold adorned mint maxis confirmed the feminine trend is well and truly back for SS18.

 

Emilia Wickstead

Emilia Wickstead's show was an experiment in volumes - balloon sleeves, voluminous cape designs and signature full skirts were bedecked in statement floral patterns and soft pastels. Cut outs brought a modern edge to the classic cuts - slashed sleeves, deep V necklines and asymmetric detailing add interest.

 

New York Fashion Week:

Oscar de la Renta

Tulle, as ever, was a big feature – but with a surprisingly dark colour palette for Spring/Summer; monochrome, embellishment and moody grey tones will be big evening wear news next year.

 

Ulla Johnson

Romantic floral prints, elaborate pink silk layered dresses, gentle blush knits and delicate broderie make the label a winner for wearable Spring/Summer style.

 

Zimmermann

The talk of NYFW, everyone wants to be a Zimmermann girl, and Victoriana cuts, intricate floral detailing, romantic white dresses and cutesy co-ords prove why.

 

Victoria Beckham

Practical, modern separates stood out at Victoria Beckham – we loved pencil skirts teamed with short sleeve button downs, throw-on slips with seam detailing and shirting with sheer overlays for a soft-meets-business take on everyday dressing.

 

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