With Fashion Month is in full swing, Impact Style will be bringing you the best looks from each of the 4 cities for Autumn Winter 2015/16. But here’s the best bit: we’ve trailed the high street to get ahead of the trends and let you know what’s available now and will last you through the next couple of seasons. That’s what I call student friendly fashion.
Rodarte / &Other Stories
Florals never seem to disappear but Rodarte’s exaggerated orchid ear pieces and medieval style laurel wreaths were a fresh take on never ending summers of flower crowns and dainty daisies. This asymmetric piece from &Other Stories is just the ticket for channelling this look at £35.
Michael Kors / Lavish Alice
Michael Kors used ostrich feathers making functional blacks that touch more floaty and were also seen at Jason Wu – for a more subtle approach, we’ve found this black feather cuff dress from Lavish Alice – it’s available at Topshop for£94 but is now half price directly from their website.
Proenza Schouler / Mango
These monochrome booties probably wouldn’t be too safe on a dance floor but are an edgy addition to any outfit. This pair from Mango come in at £79.99 and are a key shape and colour combo for A/W 15/16.
Lacoste / River Island
This elegant collared shape from Lacoste is updated with athletic stripes as punchy yellow breaks up the dark silhouette. This racer-style from River Island is £60, complete with zip hardware and will tide you over nicely from spring to winter when teamed with trainers or with tights and boots.
Jeremy Scott / Asos
Jeremy Scott’s collection was full of bright colours, neon animal prints, cartoons and big Bardot hair. The humble wellington boot is a staple for us Brits and gets the high fashion treatment when paired with outlandish looks. We know this one’s a keeper and this pair comes in at an absolute steal for £18.
Libertine / Zara
Patch embellishment was seen over traditional outerwear and chinos as seen here at Libertine, but also on denim jackets and jeans at Alice & Olivia. This parka from Zara at £59.99 is a good first step into this trend and is an easy piece to throw over jeans. It’s a trend with endless DIY possibilities, too!
Credits: Kawan Best via Flickr, Indigital via Vogue.co.uk, Zara, Asos, River Island, Lavish Alice, Stories.vom/gb