The Best Street Style From Fashion Month

Plus, shop the trends that stood out

Words by Emma Tiernan
September 27th, 2018

As Fashion Month (A.K.A. September) draws to a close, now is the perfect time to reflect on some of our favourite street style looks from the fashion capitals of the world. Although designers and brands were busy showcasing their wares for next year’s spring/summer season on the catwalk, with the power of social media and the influencers who run it, more often than not it is these stylish attendees who sit front row that set the trends for the season ahead. Discover what they wore and the trends they’re forecasting below.

Animal Print

From leopard print to tiger print and a jungle in between, it is safe to say animal print is the biggest trend for autumn/winter. Though some attendees chose to keep it low key by embellishing their outfits with animal print accessories, others were a little more daring, sporting head to toe animal print with finesse.

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Besides animal print, the pattern of choice this season is check which, naturally, is giving us major Clueless vibes for autumn. From a check yellow suit à la Cher Horowitz to a simple midi skirt, this is how the fashion elite chose to incorporate the trend.

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Thanks to the revival of the ’70s, suits have become a major trend for 2018 and while it was too warm to dawn a full suit during summer, it is the perfect wardrobe choice for the colder months. With a multitude of styles on display which incorporated other trends like animal print and check as well as bright Crayola colours and corduroy, there are plenty of ways to rock the suit trend this season and beyond.

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White Boots

White boots made a glorious return last year and judging by the footwear pounding the pavements of New York, London, Milan and Paris, they aren’t going away any time soon. If those on the FROW weren’t rocking trainers or kitten heels, you can rest assured they had a pair of white boots on their feet. Consider these a gateway to the eighties.

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Browse our favourite looks from Fashion Month below


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