London Fashion Week was filled with funky patterns and prints, showing off their London style. From animals to animal print, LFW designers explored every avenue. Let’s take a look at the best patterns from London Fashion Week.
Skip the animal print, London Fashion Week just wants the animals. A.W.A.K.E. went old-school with a dinosaur printed button up, while Markus Lupfer designed a 50’s style dress with monkeys climbing it. Emporio Armani went for a beach theme with a sequined crab, and Holly Fulton’s zebra tracksuit is perfect for standing out.
Unleash your inner fashionista with these fabrics:
Check out the chevron in this season! Emporio Armani’s red chevron sweater us perfect for going to the auction house, while Markus Lupfer’s chevron sweater would fit right in at a tea party. Mary Kantrantzou’s macrame chevron creates a boho feel, and Peter Pilotto and Prism both created resort style chevron pieces.
Check out these chevrons:
Colorful Animal Print
LFW through out the natural animal, and went for vibrant animal prints. Ashley Williams and Holly Fulton both utilized colorful tiger stripes. Halpern created sequined giraffe pants, perfect for dancing at the disco, while Topshop Unique designed a stunning snakeskin turtleneck.
Add some color with these fabrics:
It’s no surprise that pattern mixing was everywhere this Spring 2018 season. Ashish blended polka dots and tiger stripes, while Belstaff paired stripes with checks. Both Orla Kiely put geometric shapes up against floral, while Markus Lupfer chose two different types of floral to mix together.
Mix it up with these fabrics:
People were prevalent on the runway this year, with body parts and full silhouettes making their way onto the runway. Christopher Kane showed the back off on the front of a ruffled t shirt, and House of Holland’s sweater showed off women in bathing suits. Simone Rocha and Holly Fulton both displayed images of people working together, the theme of unity showing up in multiple shows.
Be a people pleaser in these fabrics:
What was your favorite pattern from London Fashion Week? Let me know in the comments!