Men’s London Fashion Week in January and LFW in February have inspired this best street style round-up from our stores.
Photos: London Fashion Week
Get a hot designer item
Kenzo sweaters have just landed at Westside. Kenzo is a Parisian label synonymous with streetwise style, headed up by co-creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon who’ve modernised the brand. Kenzo Red Tiger embroidered sweater, £185, and Kenzo Escape sweater with movie poster-inspired design, £225, both from Westside. For more designer fashion see @westsidelondon Instagram.
Logo it up
Napapijri is the brand that’s selling fast at JD Sports. From LA streets to the pavements of London, the brand is describes itself as offering ‘genderless’ fashion. The key piece to own is an oversized Rainforest Padded Jacket, £165, available in different colours at JD Sports.
Girls walk the walk
Sportswear is the new streetwear and trainers continue to be huge for 2019. Team with smarter outfits, skirts or dresses to dress them down. These new leather Nike Air Force 1 women’s shoes, £89.99, from Foot Locker, get a gold star rating. Fashionistas will be donning trainers to get round all of those London Fashion Week fringe events and quick march around the city.
Designed in East London, NICCE clothing is so hip right now! Dare to be different in this NICCE Reflekta silver parka jacket from Foot Asylum, £119.99. Go night clubbing or cycling and you’ll shine in the dark! Be a leader of the fashion pack!
Tap into skate culture
Charity-owned Circle Collective has a skate range bursting with attitude. A skateboard has always been the coolest accessory to navigate the urban jungle on. Skateboards in colourful designs start at £40. This LOVENSKATE Deck Alex Hallford skateboard, £50, is made by the East London-based company and is a tribute to pro skateboarder Alex. There’s also fashion for skater boys and girls, such as from the brand Santa Cruz, a long-established skateboard and skate fashion company from California.
Get fast fashion
Mastering street style takes imagination, so take a look at H&M’s #HMxME ‘shop the looks you love from social media’ and be inspired by how others have assembled their outfits. For example, this simple look from Paris-based fashion blogger @lindaluz44 pairs H&M knitwear with leather accessories and a trilby hat.