Fall 2019 London Fashion Week Trends You Need to Know About ⇒ London Fashion Week has come to close again, giving us a new set of “rules” to follow this coming Fall. It’s been a week filled with bright colours and fun textures, much like what we have seen in New York. British designers proved that there is much to be said through clothes and that not even the political frenzy can take away their focus, or love for the country. CovetED takes you through every little trend as well as you can get inspired by them and incorporate them into your home.
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Erdem Fall 2019. Photo by Imaxtree
Red. Red on red, red on yellow, red on black, red on prints, red on almost anything your mind can imagine. If you dare, you can even say that red was the new black at London Fashion Week. With so many debates and dilemmas going on about Brexit, designers surely were trying to make a statement, and bring the focus back to fashion. The result? Beautiful head-to-toe red outfits, that restore confidence, bravery and a sense of determination. From beautiful evening gowns to the most relaxed puffer jackets, the options are varied. As far as favourite shows go, we would have to go with Erdem, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, and J.W. Anderson.
At home, we can play around with the different hues of red, use it a bright little detail, or even combine it with pink to soften it out.
Molly Goddard Fall 2019. Photo by Imaxtree
As a continuation of what was initiated last year, yellow shades could be admired in several of the collections showcased this week in London. The big difference is that now designers are gravitating toward a softer version of yellow – less sherbet lemon, more marigold, and buttercup. It’s interesting to see a traditionally more summary shade being reborn in the midst of Fall – something initiated last year by the likes of designers such as Erdem, Richard Malone, and Roksanda.
This year Molly Goddard, JW Anderson, and Emilia Wickstead created some of the most interesting designs. – From sleeveless dresses with black trousers to ruffled garments, and 50’s inspired skirts – anything is possible as long as it is yellow.
How can you use it at home? The question is, how can you not use it!
It’s a Feather’s Game
Mark Fast Fall 2019. Photo by Imaxtree
No, it was not a Swan Lake production, but it could have been as feathers were all over the runway. You could see it on dresses, coats, blazers; as a little detail or as a full statement decision. In terms of materials, some of the designers opted for feathers gleaned from actual birds, while others were more creative and used taffeta or wool.
As a decoration tool, feathers have always been around, be it as an arrangement, or detail on a pillow. It is a quick and fun way to make any room feel more extravagant and luxurious.
House of Holland Fall 2019. Photo by Imaxtree
Countryside vibes were another big influence during London Fashion Week. There’s no doubt that the British designers this year were keen on creating collections that almost act as a love letter to the aesthetics, traditions, and craftsmanship of England.
The result is a mixture of chunky socks paired with brown boots, oversized coats, signature blazers transformed with tweeds or contrasting lapels, riding hats, as well as checked capes. It’s cozy and it’s British.
At home, a countryside inspired atmosphere is all about neutral and brown tones, paired with cozy rugs and wild related details.
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