It’s time to start hunting down your fresh-off-the-catwalk looks after just under 80 designers showcased their brand new AW19 collections at London Fashion Week.
From Alexa Chung to Alice Archer and Victoria Beckham to Vivienne Westwood, all eyes were on the capital as elite models descended down the catwalk in the hot new season pieces and powerhouse influencers, fashion editors and the world watched on.
Dreamy dresses in all colours under the spectrum featured in the much-anticipated Molly Goddard's show, while voluminous trench coats, capes and chunky belts were prominent in JW Anderson's collection.
To get ahead of the fashion curve, we've rounded up the most wearable trends from George to trial now ahead of the coming seasons.
From plaid to tartan and everything in between, heritage checks were trending at London's frow. Preen by Thornton Bregazzi sent models down the runway in oversized heritage checked outerwear with boxy-style jackets being a fave, while Victoria Beckham followed suit with tailored checked pieces fit for work and beyond, argyle jumpers and plaid-style co-ords that oozed simple sophistication.
Check off the trend in a mini skirt which you'll be able to rock now and later, invest in some outerwear and let your coat do all the talking or take on the new season in style with heritage checked treggings ideal for everything!
Bright and beautiful colours adorned the runway, but the most memorable and wearable hue to sport this season had to be yellow. New Zealand-born designer, Emilia Wickstead exhibited head-to-toe tonal dressing while Molly Goddard's bold tulle designs were like sunshine in a bottle.
This spring, dip your toe into this his happy-vibe-inducing trend with a heeled wedge, be bold and beat the chill in a slouchy knit jumper or go head to toe (and tick off two trends at once) in a checked midi dress. The future's looking bright!
Every fashion season, prints always make a comeback but this time it was floral creations which bloomed on the catwalks. Florals, feathers and sequins took center stage at Erdem's extravaganza with the British Canadian showing off his experimental creations, mixing delicate textiles with bold prints.
Try clashing your prints with a mixed-print floral midi skirt, add to your 'jeans and nice top' collection with a fancy floral button blouse or be the ultimate lady in red with an asymmetric midi dress. This season, make the streets are your runway!