Shades of vibrant reds were spotted throughout the crowds, making it the colour of the moment. Layered up scarlet and burgundy translated into effortless autumnal looks, whilst rich merlots were modernised with statement tassel and off the shoulder details. For an easy tap into the trend, invest in a rosy red clutch for a pop of colour.
Metallics are bigger than ever this season, peppered with intricate jacquard detailing for an extra layer of luxe. From striped geometric brocade to shining accessories, no outfit was complete without a hint of gold or silver. Take tips from the VIPs by pairing with neutral tones to lift an off duty look.
Premium styling just got animal. Autumn welcomes back camel and khaki with open arms, whilst being given a modern edge with the unlikely pairing of animal print. Make cosy layering fun and playful with statement prints – keep the colour palette soft and neutral and focus on clashing fabrics.
Barely There Blush
Feminine blush is the unexpected hero hue for colour blocking this season. Crushed velvet and pearly sequins keep the look sophisticated, whilst rose tones are spotted on cosy furs for a fun day time ensemble. Tip: match pink separates, dresses and accessories, allowing the fabrics to break up the look.
Play with Mono
The most standout looks of the week were made up of black and white styling with a focus on statement silhouettes and proportion play. Classic monochrome looks were elevated with bardot sleeves, frill edging and retro pinstripes giving a subtle nod to 80s workwear (a key reference for AW16).
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