As one fashion week ends, another quickly begins. After New York, some fashion enthusiasts continued their fast-paced, exhilarating month and headed to the next stop: London. Once they landed in the UK, attendees don't waste any time showing their most luxe pieces, many of which are perfect for the cooler weather that's hit. If you've been keeping up with the seriously chic looks and itching to get your hands on a few items, TZR did the work for you. The London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 street style that you loved, we found.
It's no surprise the streets were flooded with perfectly assembled outfits, as some of the industry's biggest players (see: A.W.A.K.E. MODE, Victoria Beckham, Simone Rocha, Burberry, and JW Anderson) showed over the last five days. It seemed as if everyone showed up to JW Anderson with the label's Cap Bag, and you'd be hard-pressed to miss all the Burberry looks from Day Four. Still, some guests wore contemporary labels like GANNI and The Frankie Shop, proving even some of the best looks are shoppable right this moment. One thing's certain: timeless staples like chic trench coats and structured handbags were out to play.
Ahead, our favorite street style looks from LFW — and where to buy the best pieces.
If you kept your eyes peeled during NYFW last February, you'd know that leather is a major fall trend. Bettina Looney walked the streets of London in a tan buttery leather midi skirt paired with a chocolate brown croc-embossed bag. Even better: Looney took her look a step further, wearing two different colored shoes, making a solid case for the unexpected styling trick.
Welcome to trench coat season — aka, the best time of the year to display fall's MVP transitional piece. Elle's style coach Annabel Rosendahl wore GANNI's cotton coat and finished off her look with polished black accessories.
Surprise, surprise: Tie-dye showed up. This attendee paired her trendy tie-dye button down with a cool black maxi skirt and sporty white sneakers. The look can easily be worn into fall: Once the weather drops, consider throwing a leather jacket on top.
You can never have too many pockets, right? Lisa Aiken wore a multi-pocket Prada skirt coupled with a sleek sheer blouse. And to complete the ensemble, Aiken mixed together zebra and leopard print via her accessories.
Matching sets make for an easy, out-the-door ensemble. Chloé Harrouche jetted from show to show in a stripped cotton set from Victoria Beckham. Even if you're still on board with the micro-bag trend, large totes are quickly gaining momentum. Harrouche gave the trend her stamp of approval with Bottega Veneta's large basket tote.
For a look that's just as bright as it is stylish, consider copying Leonie Hanne's highlighter-orange-and-pink ensemble. Or to tone it down, swap out one of the vibrant pieces with a neutral colored item.
Harper's Bazaar editor Chrissy Rutherford challenged the traditional white-after-Labor-Day rule with her belted jumpsuit from The Frankie Shop. She kept the rest of the look simple with minimal accessories, giving all the attention to the utility piece.
A checkered blazer is a work must-have, but can easily be worn out of the office, too. This attendee paired her sharp wool blazer with corduroy wide-leg pants and Khaite's zebra-print booties.
If anyone can mix together so many funky items into one look, it's no doubt Susie Lau. The influencer showed up in a jaw-dropping ensemble, throwing together multiple leather pieces — and even some fringe.
To balance out a girly pink dress, opt for a chunky black boot. For added excitement, incorporate an animal print piece into the look, if you dare.
Tiffany Hsu went full-on utilitarian, partnering an oversized parka with a cool combat boot. She also toted around JW Anderson's aforementioned Cap Bag.