Fashion Week may be long over but the trends seen on the Fall runway shows have far-reaching fashion effects. Fast-fashion high-street shops are loaded with the trends that we saw on the high-end runways and the way runways depict clothes informs everything from the colours of the season to the clothing cuts. Even though many of the runway styles are impractical for everyday fashion, they can help individuals reimagine a more everyday look for themselves. Have a look at women’s runway style for London Fashion Week.

Palmer Harding

The Palmer Harding runway saw suit single-button single-breasted jackets with nipped in waists with trousers loose at the hip – in tartan, red, black, striped, and olive green. The Harding show also saw some experimentation with fabric, print, and colour as well as oversized knee-high boots. Check out the looks. Which is your favourite?

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Emilia Wickstead

Emilia Wickstead’s runway show saw bright colours mixed with neutrals, broad shoulders, and polished, tailored looks. The looks harked to past styles re-imagined.

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Christopher Kane

Christopher Kane’s runway looks may or may not be some that women would wear on a daily basis, but he plays with pattern, colour, and texture in an interesting way. He also plays with oversized women’s suits, sandals, and t-shirts as a new look – as well as a grey wool zip-front suit. Take a look.

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Roksanda

Roksanda has oversized, menswear inspired cuts for women this season in bright contrasting colours. We see greys, yellows, burnt oranges, pinks, and even creams.

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More Runway Favourites

Here are some other inspirational (and perhaps a little more accessible) looks for this season. Take a look at our London Fashion Week look-book.

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Tell Us Your Favourite Suit

Which of these women’s runway looks at London Fashion Week would you wear? Which colours and cuts are inspiring? Share your thoughts in the comments. Are there any looks you wouldn’t wear or you think are too outrageous? Let us know! We’d love to hear from you. Do you have an event coming up and you need a fresh, stylish suit? Contact our tailors today to discover your individual style.

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Elaine Frieman

Elaine Frieman

Writer and editor from both sides of the pond with a Master's degree in British Victorian Literature and a love of fashion. Elaine Frieman is a dual British and American citizen (with a generic American accent); she has a love of people, travel, reading, writing, food, ballet, theatre, and cultures. And who doesn't love a good suit? She spent her childhood near the rolling green Pennines in the North of England; then she relocated to sunny palm-tree-laden Florida and moved further north to the deep-South Bible belt of Georgia. She currently lives in Todmorden, England with her boyfriend Michael, after having lived in Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Weiden in der Oberpfalz, Germany, and in Oldham, England. No plans to relocate any time soon.