#1: Frayed hemlines

Master of denim deconstruction Marques’Almeida stormed the runway with crop tops, jeans and skirts bearing tattered, frayed hems (designer duo Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida’s signature). Christopher Raeburn did the same to the collars and armholes of his midi dresses, but in a more subtle and feminine manner.

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#2: Fun footwear

Trust London designers to come up with streetstyle-worthy kicks, from Anya Hindmarch’s graphic heeled boots to Ashish’s glitter-clad sneakers and pumps.


#3: Statement jewellery

Heart Ryan Lo? We do too – especially the sparkly costume jewellery his models wore (to match their heart-shaped hairdos and nail art).

#4: Functional separates

Anya Hindmarch brings the spotlight back to sports luxe with their graphic bombers and sweaters, and Christopher Raeburn focuses on utilitarian basics with collared blazers and matching high-waisted shorts.

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