Style insiders cosplay as superheroes during fashion month. Fine, they aren’t technically pulling out any Marvel-like tricks, but I’d argue the stamina attendees have is some sort of power in and of itself. (The last slide of this carousel by @stylenotcom, which I saw many editors share on their IG story, sums it up perfectly.) Yes, after six action-packed days and dozens of stellar shows at NYFW, the fashion set grabbed their suitcases and landed across the pond for another round of runway magic. And it seems they plucked the best of the best from their closets because the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2024 street style is, to put it simply, extravagant.
Some specific styles fashion week showgoers are wearing? So far, romantic dresses are making waves. Some guests, like influencer Susanna Lau, opted for puff-sleeve tulle looks, while others, such as this fashion girl, dabbled in eyelet-adorned styles. Simone Rocha and Molly Goddard, two labels championing ethereal numbers, call London home, after all. And as far as accessories go, we’ve already spotted one JW Anderson Bumper Bag — and considering the brand shows its latest collection tomorrow, there’s bound to be more sightings.
Below, take a peek at the best London Fashion Week street style so far. Don’t forget to check back for more outfits, as we’ll add in new images daily until the shows conclude on Sept. 19.
Transition your yellow floral dress into fall with the help of fuzzy footwear, which was a major street style trend at NYFW.
This jewel-toned look is a fun and fresh approach to leather. Amp up the look by adding another luxe autumn texture into the outfit — perhaps a croc-embossed loafer?
Take it from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (aka, the queen of quiet luxury): A trench coat is a timeless summer-to-fall staple.
Gabrielle Union attended the Burberry Spring/Summer 2024 show in a head-to-toe green printed outfit from the fashion house.
WARDROBE.NYC’s co-founder Christine Centenera co-signed 2023’s strong shoulders trend.
British Vogue’s Sarah Harris went with one of her go-to outfit formula: A slouchy suit atop a plain white tee.
Balance a dramatic puff-sleeve jacket with simple straight-leg denim, as exhibited here by Farfetch’s Chief Fashion and Merchandising Officer Elizabeth von der Goltz.
We’re predicting Alaïa’s studded flats will be fashion month’s most popular shoe, and they look great styled with some fun socks.
This guest’s romantic soft pink outfit was so on-theme for Simone Rocha’s show.
Stuck on what to wear for the transitional season? Try a fuzzy charcoal gray set.
If you’re intimidated by print mixing, try marrying two patterns in the same color scheme for a cohesive feel first.
Black leather will always be en vogue, but this season, why not go for a vintage-looking brown style instead?
Influencer Jessie Bush wore a sleek buttery yellow gown to the Holzweiler show.
Actor Ella Balinska made the ultimate entrance at the David Koma show in a purple ruffled number and coordinating over-the-knee boots.
Offset romantic silhouettes, like this puff-sleeve peplum top, with a sporty baseball hat.
If you’re looking for a simple way to add intrigue to an understated look, fiery red shoes should do the trick, according to model Isabella Charlotta Poppius.
Influencer Anaa Saber attended JW Anderson, donning a bright green look. The label’s pastel Bumper Bag completed her outfit.
Style guru Alexa Chung was at JW Anderson, too, in a fuzzy jacket with slits.
Actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who was styled by Leith Clark, accessorized a statement-making black asymmetrical dress with sleek white accents.
Spice up your denim-on-denim looks this fall by teaming two contrasting washes. (Even better if one is acid wash.)
This may be my favorite JW Anderson Bumper Bag style yet. (The green hue! The crystals!) And the coordinating knit is just *chef’s kiss.*
London-based singer Ciinderella Balthazar attended the Bora Aksu show in a dreamy red number and polished pointy flats.
We’re betting big on Courrèges’ vinyl jackets having a moment this autumn.
Sometimes, a killer leather jacket is all you need to stand out in the crowd.
The next time you need help styling a LWD, here’s a suggestion: Pile on as many quirky accessories as possible. Easy enough, right?
It seems 2023’s tie trend isn’t losing momentum this fall. Take a page from Poppius’ book and wear the accent with an elevated miniskirt suiting set and fun sunnies.
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