Trends for Autumn Winter 2018

We are really looking forward to see London Fashion Week Festival’s Trends for Autumn Winter 2018 Catwalk Show’s. Our resident designer Toni will of course be attending these shows. So do keep an eye open these will give you all the inspiration you need to master the key looks of the new season. The trend shows schedule can be obtained here

From Prim to Prom with Trends for Autumn Winter 2018

Showcasing from Prim and Prom taking its cues from the 80s proms and 90s cocktail parties.  Showcasing whimsical interplay of sharp black tailored elements. Voluminous flowing ruffles in jewel tones of emerald, sapphire and amethyst. A contrast of shimmering fabrics with  statement earrings, killer heels and clutch bags room to sparkle.  Showcased with designers Mulberry, Emilio de la Morena, Isa Arfen or Goddard.

Checks, Plaids and Tartans

Moving into Checks, plaids and tartans that of course have been stable diet of fashion for decades from grunge to hip hop. Synonymous with the film clueless showcasing mini kilts with mohair knits and cropped jackets. Mix and match bright colours orange, purple, blues and yellows as describe a couple of weeks ago in our blog. teaming up with tailored outerwear or down with denim.

Bold prints continue this season

Over the last few seasons bold prints have been a staple must have. Striking bold prints from new comers London designer and Queen’s award winner Richard Quinn. Showcasing bright florals and abstract designs continue to be a must on the fashion scene. With long billowing dresses and skirts to oversized outerwear with indulgent amounts of fabric. As showcased by our resident designer Toni Pickles


Designed by our resident designer Toni Pickles

So contact us as soon as you see something you like and we will ensure your new wow piece will be ready for the event of your chosing.

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