Cue David Bowie- FASHION, yes it’s that time of year again...London Fashion Week, and my goodness it’s shaping up to be a fabulous one. From the rightfully crowned year of the dress to the #metoo movement, it’s safe to say it’s been one of the most exhilarating fashion years to date - and this is definitely something which we found when roaming the streets of London. Whether you’re an outlandishly obscure style-style dresser or a die hard 50’s fan, there’s a place for you at fashion week. We headed down to capture all the style-savvy souls to bring you our favourite looks for the new season.



Yes, it may be September and usually, we're already thinking about the deep depth of winter, but not this year. With the mass heatwave we’ve been experiencing, all we can think of is colour. Bright colours make their way into the new season, with a focus on, yes that’s!

From power pink to pastel, shop pink online 



Whether you’re a busy businessman or a flamboyant fashion student this trans-seasonal piece can be enjoyed by pretty much anyone! We’re loving this purple checked piece worn by the international editor of Vogue, Hamish Bowles.


Your power look awaits, big up your suit game with a vintage blazer.


Faux Fur

A statement coat is something everyone should possess, and winter always calls for some fur action. At this year’s fashion week we have seen a colour full array of faux fluff - from cute capes to hooded coats this is one way to stay warm but still stylish this winter.

You can shop for more statement coats online 


Print Clashing

Bold prints are the lifeline of any vintage fashion lover from animal print to abstract, this trend lets your love of colour and design flourish! 

Tinted Sunglasses

 Seeing the world through rose tinted glasses just hit every other person at Fashion Week. From rosey peach 90s inspired frame to an array of green and yellow hues - we’re into it. Complete your look with some vintage-inspired sunglasses.


Here's a look at some of our other street style saviours from LFW SS 19 

Words Jessica Doolan
September 19, 2018 — Alishia Dickenson