10 Hottest Trends From London Fashion Week SS17

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10 Hottest Trends From London Fashion Week SS17

As Fashion Week draws to a close for another season, we round up the top 10 trends for Spring / Summer 17. From ruffles to patchwork denim, here are the styles that will be making an impact on your wardrobe in 2017.

#1 MODERNIST UTILITY

Introducing Modernist Utility, the SS17 trend spotted at the resort collections of Calvin Klein, Jil Sander and Jil Oh to name a few. Lightweight and belted are the only qualities that your summer jacket needs to achieve instant effortless style.

London Fashion Week Trend #1: Modernist Utility

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London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #1 Modernist Utility

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#2 THE PETAL EFFECT

Soft layers, balloon sleeves and delicate pastel hues are the key to SS17’s most ethereal trend – opt for a lightweight, frilled blouse to work the petal effect into your every day wardrobe.

London Fashion Week SS17: Top Trends. Trend #2 Petal Effect

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#3 RED BRICK

Forget following the yellow brick road, take an alternative route and spice up your wardrobe with red, seen on the catwalks of Tomas Maier, Helmut Lang and MSGM. Experiment with lipstick, introduce a colour pop with accessories, or opt for single colour co-ords in this new reddened hue.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #3 Red Brick

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#4 ZIP IT

The only fastening you need in SS17, exposed zips are a simple way of adding a modern, stylish update to your Spring/Summer wardrobe.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #4 Zip It

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#5 PYJAMA DRESSING

Hold the phone, the day is here: it’s finally acceptable to wear your pyjamas out in public. If Dolce & Gabbana can do it, so can we. Channel this SS17 trend in a simple slip dress or a floral two-piece. Style it up with formal accessories and shoes or embrace shabby chic with open arms – who doesn’t love effortless style?

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #5 Pyjama Dressing

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#6 BLUSH

Ok, so blush pinks may not be groundbreaking for Spring/Summer, but these delicate shades entered the catwalks of Topshop Unique, Agnoga and Ports to name but a few, and who are we to argue? Be pretty in pink and complement these feminine hues with a structured trouser suit for a soft take on androgyny.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #6 Blush

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#7 PALAZZO PANTS

Piazza Sempione, See by Chloe and Celine are just some of the designers channeling the palazzo pant. With a relaxed, oversized appearance, this SS17 trend marries fashion and comfort – who ever said you can’t have both?

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #7 Palazzo Pants

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#8 PATCHED UP

The ultimate street-style look has taken its toll on SS17 fashion – personalised denim is having a moment. Stand out in the crowd by utilising your creative flair to do a spot of fashion D-I-Y on your old denim.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #8 Patched Up

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#9 BACK DETAILS

Seen on the catwalks of Helmut Lang and Hellessy, back detailed pieces are a subtle and unexpected way of channeling SS17 trends.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #9 Back Details

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#10 FOLK

From Gucci’s bold fur poppies to the full-sleeved, intricate styles found at Valentino, we can’t get enough of these traditional folk style dresses. Large scale designs and prints make for the perfect statement in your SS17 wardrobe.

London Fashion Week SS17: Trend #10 FOLK

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