Five Runway London Trends that Will Rule in 6 Months

Five Runway London Trends that Will Rule in 6 Months

29.09.2021 Off By manager_1

woman wearing green sleeveless dress

London is not a city for minimalists. Not if you look at the runways. Bright young talent are bursting into the UK capital, each with their own creative visions on how customers should dress right now. They use blinding colors and sheer fabrics that take up a lot of space. Even London’s classic, elegant designers made a bold statement for London Fashion Week’s spring/summer 2022 season.

Fashion is supposed to be fearless. Even the production of this season’s shows was out of the ordinary. Rejina Pyo’s runway featured divers jumping from Olympic-height platforms and splashing gracefully into the water. Roksanda performed a modern dance performance while Roland Mouret showed off his new collection in a short film that modernized the Greek story of Ulysses. Even with all the fun and games that were displayed throughout the city, designers kept to the limits of what customers would wear. These clothes aren’t too expensive or unusual to forget that they must be worn. Even though fearless fashion is important, it still needs to make the wearer feel confident when they put on their clothes. Here’s a list of five London trends you should keep in mind. You can bet your friends will be wearing them when spring comes.

Bigger volume

London’s designers are conscious of the importance personal space. Although wearing a mask might not be necessary in the future, it is still important to have some. Many high-volume gowns were seen on a variety of runways. They all seemed to create a circle of space around the wearer. Molly Goddard is a long-time advocate for voluminous pieces in her collections. But, the message is clearer than ever.

Kelly Green

Although there were many bold colors on London’s runways, none felt as fresh and exciting as Kelly green. Rejina and Supriya Pyo presented modern tops and dresses that are suitable for dancing and drinks, as a change from the black-on-black night-out look. Emilia Wickstead offered a bright take on formal evening gowns as well as tailored separates. It may seem like the era of slime is over, but there’s a new and more vibrant alternative.


Cutouts aren’t a new fashion. Take a look at fall’s subversive basics to see how they work. But a group boundary-pushing designers is pushing the boundaries of design again. Nensi Dojaka, winner of the LVMH Prize, used delicate layering to make pieces that look as good from close up as far away. Maximilian showed a stark collection at Fashion East, which makes cutouts seem more like fine art than craft experiments.

Minimal Draping

Many designers chose to avoid showing too much skin and instead used sweeping layers that tugged at the chest and highlighted the neck and shoulders. This trend is very heavy on fabric so a minimalist palette gives it a light touch. The most wearable dresses were Erdem’s romantic gowns, which were draped and turned to create an asymmetrical neckline.

Show Some Skin

Shutter clothing can be tailored to your personal style. Dressing fearlessly means wearing the clothes that make you feel confident. A fishnet-like fabric was used as a layering piece at Supriya Lele and Rejina Pyo. Yuhan Wang or Erdem offer lacy styles for those who want to cover more. However, they may still require a bra underneath.