The top spring 2016 London Fashion Week street style
Of all the international fashion weeks, it’s London that holds a special place in our heart. The quirky city is home to creative looks both on and off the runway. Here are the spring 2016 London Fashion Week street style looks that are inspiring us right now.
Laurel Pantin’s muppet coat (photo by Phil Oh for Vogue.com):
Too early in the season for fur? Not when you’re a fashion editor!
Emulate her style with our fuzzy Voulez-Vous Jacket in Black/Silver.
This monochrome outfit (photo by Youngjun Koo for The Cut):
When everyone around you is going crazy with colours and patterns, what better way to stand out than by dressing in head-to-toe navy?
Dree Hemingway’s mixed patterns (photo by Imaxtree via Fashionista)
The model proves to the rest of us that tiger print and plaid actually do go together.
Leigh Lezark’s statement coat (photo by Phil Oh for Vogue.com)
The model/DJ just blew every other coat at fashion week out of the water.
This girl’s tiger-print sling (photo by Youngjun Koo for The Cut)
What, like she’s going to let an injury keep her from getting in on the mixed patterns trend?
This normcore look (photo by Emily Malan for Fashionista)
Everything this girl is wearing, from the orange lipstick to the socks with open-toed shoes to the boot-cut jeans, is painfully unfashionable, and yet somehow the outfit as a whole is totally #goals. Fashion witchcraft!
Susie Lau’s princess costume (photo by Phil Oh for Vogue.com)
This is what every four-year-old girl dreams of wearing as a grownup.
These fringed jeans (photo by Youngjun Koo for The Cut)
Who says you need to wear flares this season? These retro fringed jeans prove that skinnies are still hip.
This girl’s dip-dyed braids (photo by Imaxtree via Fashionista)
The rest of her outfit’s stunning as well, but what really grabbed our attention are was her teal-tipped braids. Gorgeous!
Olivia Kim’s nursery-school-inspired look (photo by Phil Oh for Vogue.com)
Who knew a bib and a tartan dress could look so cool? Sorry, small children, Nordstrom’s Olivia Kim is stealing your style.