It seems like New York Fashion Week just ended. But believe it or not, since Marc Jacobs sent the last collection of NYFW down the runway, London has already started and finished its bi-annual Fashion Week. Though London Fashion Week isn't quite as long as New York's, it's still chock-full of great talent and drool-worthy garments.
To save you from clicking through every collection on Style.com, we've rounded up the 10 most important looks that came down the catwalk in London. Whether these looks are reinforcing an existing trend or dictating new ones entirely, these are the pieces to remember.
If you haven't heard of Peter Pilotto (and his design partner Christopher De Vos), then you should familiarize yourself with the names, as these two are the next to team up with Target for a highly anticipated collaboration. And rightfully so -- the duo can make crinoline look cool.
We called it: Graphic print sweaters and T-Shirts are here to stay.
Power-clashing, or as some call it "getting dressed in the dark," is still huge on the runways. Mixing unexpected patterns and prints never goes out of style.
Clearly exposed midriffs (accomplished through cut-outs and crop tops) have been popular for a while, but now it's all about asymmetrical hemlines and architectural silhouettes. And all white (duh).
If Marc Jacobs didn't drive the point home, Hawaiian florals are big for fall. No longer reserved for tacky tourist t-shirts, this print has been elevated and is now appearing on runway dresses.
Texture, a monochromatic color scheme and sheer elements -- Erdem Moralioğlu hit the nail on the head with this one, capturing many of the big trends for the warmer months ahead.
Scared that your strapless top will fall down? Don't worry, Osman Yousefzada has you covered. The Brit designer layered pants under skirts and long sleeved-shirts under bustier tops for his latest collection. No need to fret over a wardrobe malfunction.
It's all about sherbet colors and lace!
Leave it to Topshop to pick up on one of the biggest embellishments of the season: fringe. Though their Unique line is a bit more pricey, we can definitely expect to see fringe all the way through their stores come spring.
Though our eyes are glued to what the high-end designers are sending down the runway, high-street style is just as important. It's clear that fast-fashion stores like Whistles are seriously catching up when it comes to the fashion game. Their Spring 2014 collection saw a mix of all the biggest trends: midi skirts, flat shoes, pale pink and icy blues.
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