Saturday, 29 September 2018

Top Trends From London Fashion Week

London Fashion Week (LFW) is one of the biggest events in the calendar for designers, models and fashionistas everywhere. This article brought to you by Fulton Umbrellas gives you a rundown on all the upcoming trends.  Fulton Umbrellas, love staying on-trend and following London Fashion Week is one way of doing so. So, what were the highlights from September’s LFW according to Fulton Umbrellas?


Dare to diversify 

Everyone was eager to watch the Burberry show since the debut of the chief creative director Riccardo Tisci, newly appointed in March. Fortunately, it didn't disappoint. with models in a perfect blend of classic and contemporary outfits — ensuring this traditional British brand showed its power as a modern fashion powerhouse. 

Both high end and low brow fashion were featured including demure pussy-bow blouses, pleated midi skirts and elegant gowns, and bold graphic t-shirts with leather bottoms and overstated make-up at the other! Basically, go classic British — whether it’s chic and feminine 1950s or punky and rebellious 1980s! The William Morris collection is ideal if you want the vintage vibe.

Keep it minimal

Celebrating 2018 as her tenth year in the fashion industry, Victoria Beckham celebrated it in style with her stand-out collection at LFW. Beckham was applauded for her stunning range of loose-fit, beautifully chic and minimalist designs that looked effortless.

Using block colours set to be big in spring and summer next year — like baby blue and rust — she showed us how a simple pair of tailored trousers paired with a plain blazer and long t-shirt can work wonders. To enhance the simplistic-yet-powerful look, pair with a sleek black umbrella to stay on-trend in all weather.



The ruche appeal
If Molly Goddard’s collection is anything to go by, next season is all about ruffled clothing. Breathing life into a classic 1980s trend, ruffles on everything from skirt hemlines to shirt cuffs will be hugely popular. 

Wonderfully feminine and adding a touch of fun to an outfit, fill your wardrobe with ruched tops and pair them with tapered trousers to highlight the ruched outline. Or, go for a long, ruched skirt and wear a fitted blouse on top so you don’t go overboard on the ruffles! A retro, floral umbrella from Joules will look great with this style of outfit. 

Layers of embellishments 

Layering and embellished clothing were other top trends found across multiple catwalks at September’s LFW. Take Temperley London’s show, which featured models dressed in boxy jackets decorated with shiny metallics, dresses enhanced with tulle layering, and skirts featuring bird and leaf patterns. 

Sequins, shapes and colour reigned supreme at the Temperley London show — so why not bring the look into your style? Instead of plain shirts and tops, go for something with beaded embellishments or nature patterns in a lime green, electric blue or tangerine orange for a stand-out outfit that’s ideal for SS19. And when it comes to choosing a skirt or dress, keep your eye out for mesh and tulle — a satin maxi skirt with a cream netted fabric over the top looks beautiful. Since colour is an important part of this look, choose an umbrella from this Cath Kidston collection.

Edwardian styles

Our final top trend of LFW is the revival of Edwardian fashion. From lace dresses featuring chic high necklines to double-breasted blazers with a check pattern, Edwardian styles took over at the Erdem show.  

If you fancy following suit, keep your eye out for trouser suits, long skirts, frilled embellishments, puffed sleeves, and ultra-feminine frocks in soft, demure shades. Pair with simple court shoes and an umbrella from The National Gallery featuring a scene of a former, quintessentially British way of life and your style will be flawlessly in vogue!

These are the highlights of September’s London Fashion Week. Browse Fulton’s collection of quality men’s, women’s and kids’ umbrellas to complete your look.
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3 comments

  1. I do like the minimal style but also am a big fan of florals and just love that retro floral umbrella.

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  2. I love hearing all the news from London Fashion Week! I can't wait for it to trickle down to the High Street so I can afford it.

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  3. Loving the floral Joules unbrealla, a nice way to brighten up your outfit on a dull day. Mich x

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