Runway To Real Life

As the new collections drop, it’s the perfect time for discerning shoppers to trawl the high-street for trend-led pieces with tangible price tags. While the designer versions may be coveted, their credit-card friendly counterparts can create a similar aesthetic! Want to save the big bucks? Check out these catwalk-inspired creations…
Givenchy, Celine, Gauchère

The Classics

Taking inspiration from the spring/summer 2020 collections, it’s clear to see that designers have focused on wearability. Casual denim, classic white shirts, timeless blazers and basic T-shirts were all featured within the collections of Givenchy, Celine and Gauchère, and are readily available on the high street. Style a structured blazer with a silk camisole, jeans and mules for a look that will emit effortless elegance and take you from daytime to after dark with ease.


Spot The Difference

Michael Kors, Altuzarra and Sacai all sent models down the runway sporting polka-dot prints. While this spotty pattern is perennial, this season there is nothing subtle about this trend. Don your dots head to toe. A striking midi dress is a brilliant way to emulate these trend-led threads. Style your frock with a waist belt to create a striking silhouette and wear ankle boots for brunching and trainers for running everyday errands.

Michael Kors, Altuzarra, Sacai

Bottega Veneta, Helmut Lang, Kristina Fidelskaya

Urban Utility

Designers debuted a military aesthetic that has us standing to attention. Championed by the likes of Bottega Veneta, Helmut Lang and Kristina Fidelskaya, models stormed the runways in army-inspired items that fused fashion with functionality. For affordable attire that mirrors their luxury renditions, look for items with army-inpired detailing such as breast pockets, buckles, exposed zips and structured silhouettes. Style this understated jacket with a leather skirt and a messenger bag for an elevated armed-forces uniform.

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