Revitalising retros, bold graphics and peppy prints were just some of the inspirational street style that was spotted outside of Freemasons Hall this season. Unique style and individuality has become a huge part of London Fashion week, and being one of the worlds most culturally diverse cities, London is the ideal place to display individual fashion integrity.

 
 
 
 

Blast from the past, this fashionista wore an 80’s inspired glam rock attire for Fashion Scout SS18. The wet look vinyl black trousers working superbly with the matt leather jacket. The graphic tee also complimenting the accent of colours seen on the floral embroidery of the jacket. The subtle studding around the jacket compliments the hint of sparkle on the clutch bag with the gleaming burst of violet on the boots.

 
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Despite the oscillating weather London brings, this glamorous style influencer dared to bare wearing a chic monochrome checked skirt, coordinated with an aluminous graphic sweatshirt. The retro mood worked with oversized sunglasses, and statement, quirky point ankle boots. The whole outfit being completed with an essential shoulder bag.

 
 
 
 

Luxurious layers made from fancy furs, smart striped blazer and sleek pastel tee. This Fashion Scout attendee worn a stunning unblemished ensemble to SS18. Using complimentary colours to catch the eye; gorgeous plum and mauve’s worked with a burnt orange and a cool coral. Reflective, fuchsia aviator style sunglasses complimenting the stunning purple tones displayed on each garment. All finished off with a sleek crimson snake print handbag, matching the hint of blush red shoes.

 
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The street style of SS18 was extremely diverse and showed the assortment of taste and culture that the streets of London bring each season. The variety becomes more unique and individual each time we showcase, and we look forward to seeing what fashionistas bring us next season. 

 

Words by Amber Whitaker

Photography by Stefan Efobi and Bisi Emeruwa

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