The Street Style At London Fashion Week Is Full Of Smart Styling Tricks
So much outfit inspo.
Roughly 48 hours after Luar closed out NYFW (beautifully, might I add), the fashion crowd has descended upon London for another round of new collections. With the prestigious art school Central Saint Martins located in the capital of England, the hub is known for birthing some of the industry’s most exciting designers (ever hear of a little someone named Stella McCartney?) — that’s part of what makes this second leg of fashion month so fun. And this February, the calendar includes plenty of buzzy rising stars, like Johannes Warnke and Talia Byre. (Haven’t heard of them? That’s likely to change.) Things are looking just as inspiring off the runway: Indeed, the London Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2023 street style is a breath of fresh sartorial air.
Statement coats, slouchy trousers, playful hair accessories — there’s no shortage of standout pieces outside the shows right now. This crowd knows their way around a trend, and how to make it their own. And as attendees continue to offer up serious styling inspiration, we’re taking notes on the inventive ways they’re putting different silhouettes together (spoiler: be prepared to witness a lot of exposed underwear looks this week).
Keep scrolling to see all the must-see street style outfits at LFW. And, as always, check back for more just-added looks until the shows end.
This showgoer gravitated toward joy-inducing pieces.
Stylist Mecca James-Williams opted for a Christopher Esber set and Coperni bag.
Influencer Vanessa Hong carried JW Anderson’s cult-favorite The Bumper Baguette Bag.
Influencer Mija Knezevic signed off on spring’s Bermuda short trend.
This showgoer tripled down on metallic.
Mytheresa’s Fashion Buying Director Tiffany Hsu wore a JW Anderson look.
Here, a minty green Coach Tabby Bag looks so sophisticated against all grey.
This unexpected color combo of bright green and olive is surprisingly chic. (Hue knew?)
Vanity Fair’s Fashion Editor Kia Goosby bundled up in a buttery yellow coat.
If you’re ever in need of some color palette inspiration, turn to influencer Ellie Delphine.
This attendee allowed her undies to peek out from her camo pants.
It’s official: Floral chokers are spring’s It accessory.
Writer and influencer Susie Lau wore a colorful Chet Lo number.
To reinvent an understated blazer, take a cue from trend forecaster and editor Angela Baidoo and throw a belt over it.
A ruffled leather jacket? We’re into it.
Influencer Bettina Looney’s glitzy Versace heels and Prada bag added some glamour to her blazer and jeans look.
This showgoer’s spiked accessories are dangerously cool.
Vogue’s Market Editor Naomi Elizée wore a fuzzy jacket, denim maxi skirt, and KNWLS square-toe boots to the shows.
This attendee resembles a walking disco ball, in the chicest way possible. (The perfect party pants don’t exi—)
Turn up the volume (five notches or so) in a multi-layered, ruffled dress.
Fact: Checkered jackets will always read as incredibly chic.
The way this feathery trench is blowing in the wind is truly magnificent.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard bright red is 2023’s leading color — and Caroline Issa, CEO of Tank Group, is here for it.
See? The fiery shade is everywhere. Take cues from this attendee and ground the intense color with a neutral skirt or jacket.
Tip: Quirky glasses and polished pearls will instantly transform a neutral look.
Let this be your sign to try wearing multiple metal barrettes at once.
We called it: The exposed underwear trend is on the rise.
Bookmark this flowy dress and casual jeans mash-up to try this spring.
Vogue China’s Editor-In-Chief Margaret Zhang wore a cool skirt pant-hybrid.
Tucking just one pant leg is a daring move that definitely paid off here.
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