Best street style during London Fashion Week

September 16, 2019

The fashion caravan arrived in London, bringing fashionistas, models, designers, fashion lovers, and of course, the best street style photographers!

What happens in the streets around the fashion shows and fashion events is still the best inspiration for what we will be wearing next.

London, specifically, is a city with an essential history of street style photographs. Remember the swinging 60s following the punk movement in the early 70s when the world was fascinated by the streets of London and its fashionable crowd.

Although now, London is less about underground and cultural tribes, it’s still a fantastic city to get inspired by its street style. People are more relaxed; they seem not to have any pressure to be super stylish 24/7. One day they can be chic and elegant, and the other day just informal or trend easy going.

Let see what London street style tell us about our next Spring /Summer!

All Denim look by Marques Almeida and all thankful attitude. Life is becoming simpler, well at least in fashion. 


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Nina Suess has chosen a casual flower dress paired with sneakers and nailed the styling with a blue sky Fendi bag. 


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Anna Wintour and Harper also have chosen floral dresses. Anna in green, a colour that means life, renewal, nature and energy.


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Partner look and Insta-BFF style were also seen at NWFW. Those girls opted by big blazers in pastel colour with white Bottega Veneta mules, sweet! 


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There is no fashion week without Alexa Chung. Here she is wearing a British iconic trench coat, in a totally new way. We love the layers of different materials and the simplicity of the rest of the ensemble.


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Yahoo Style UK shared this gallery of looks that summarise the positive vibe in the streets of London. Lots of colours, playful cuts and volumes and no signal of a dark future! 


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Back to the basic, flowers, and happy messages, following these trends, the British Fashion Council has announced the launching of the Institute of Positive Fashion. It will be an initiative that reflects the BFC commitment to sustainability, equality, diversity, craftsmanship and community.

Happy new season!