Loose smocky floral Poet shirt & tecno Pop trend makes comeback at LFW A/W17 day 1
It looks like romanticism of Shakespeare's era where Poet shirt, and 90's techno-Pop is back with the Topman's collection at London fashion week Autumn/Winter 17 season day one show. As we have predicted comfort being the key social phenomenon, we expect to witness styles with either loose appearance or with stretch athleisure style.
At day one of London Fashion week, five designers showcased their amazing collections. Here are the some of the key trends spotted at the prime day of the show.
Day first at London fashion week is all about poet romance and 90's techno aesthetic inspired from the modern rave parties. The colour palette brings back the neon at mainstream again. The Poppy pink emerges
The key fashion trend at London Fashion week AW17
Katie Eary brings the 1960's and 1970's era with her collection. Deep V-necks with float marabou feathers define about her collection. She also introduced the cropped sweaters with little extra long sleeves for the men. Her collections redefine men's neckline where she cuts the neck at shoulder
Seeing the Topman Design's collection is all about reminiscence of Victorian romanticism, the loose satin poet shirt defines the collection of the retailer's today's show. Here are the key styles we spotted at the show-
- feminine poet sleeve, floral loose shirt with empire line gathers.
- Metallic oversized herringbone pattern knit sweaters.
- Fringe Crop Top
- Oversized sleeves spotted at the show.
- Loose baggy denim and woolen pants.
You can watch the glimpse at below
As we have already predicted oversized sleeves are the emerging trend already spotted at the Seoul street, during Seoul fashion week, we can see its happening today at the J.W. Anderson's A/W17 show at London. The designer gives a nod to oversized sleeve for the men's shirt and sweaters collection.