Tuesday, 22 September 2015


London Fashion Week is here again, and The Modernist is here to give you the top trends and looks you should be coveting next season. The Topshop Unique show in particular caught our eye on Sunday with easy to wear styles that we can't wait to wear.

Spring Summer '16 looks to be a continuation of Winter's top trends with faux fur a consistent theme throughout the collection. White and blush pink hues are contrasted by Autumnal shades of navy and forest green to give this collection a luxe feel.

Colonial influences and 1920's and 40's shapes and styles give next season an update on the banana leaf and palm prints of last season.

Power dressing and 80's fashion also make an appearance in the collection. Blazers that would be at home on the set of Working Girl bring an androgynous element to the otherwise feminine looks. 

Oriental embroidery and silk fabrics play another key role, but throughout the range the colour palette of rich navy, green and red bring the looks together into one of the most exciting and different Spring collections we've seen for some time.

Look out for more LFW show reviews on The Modernist this week as we take a look at the top trends and designers of the moment!

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