Twice a year, fashion week takes place across four major cities and we’re treated to a smorgasbord of smashing trends – for 2018, the styles offered up did not disappoint. From oversized check coats that wouldn’t look out of place in your nan’s wardrobe to slick workwear-inspired co-ords, here are five trends that we reckon will be big autumn comes around.
INSPIRATION AND ADVICE
5 TRENDS FROM THE 2018 MW SHOWS
By Style Feed Staff, 21 February 2018
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Retro granny checks
When it comes to curating a colour palette, the sartorially-blessed have been opting for vibrant shades recently. Gone are the days of dressing in sombre hues as soon as the temperature dips – this season, popping reds and bright yellows have enjoyed the limelight.
For 2018, it seems that the future’s still bright – in fact, the future’s clad in emergency orange. From standout ski jackets teamed with utilitarian accessories at Christopher Raeburn to oversized puffers in the colour adding to the ostentatious vibes at Versace, you better join the hype for the high-vis hue, stat.
Ah, the humble co-ord – a street-style favourite that has appeared time and time again over the past few menswear seasons. Appropriate no matter the weather, the tonally rich two-piece has been given a practical twist for 2018.
At MSGM, functional matching sets in earthy colours appeared on the runway styled with robust boots and oversized cross-body bags for a work-ready aesthetic with a wavy edge. Similarly, models skated around in pocket-heavy iterations at Boy By Band Of Outsiders.