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TOPSHOP UNIQUE A/W16 LFW

Topshop’s Unique Autumn/Winter 2016 collection debuted on the catwalks of London Fashion Week, alluding to a very British style of daring, but with a relaxed and sensible attitude.

Topshop’s Unique Autumn/Winter 2016 collection debuted on the catwalks of London Fashion Week, alluding to a very British style of daring, but with a relaxed and sensible attitude. Cozy coats, 70s boots, light-brown trenchcoats, leggings, loose pants, and leopard-print jumpers were some of the sensible daytime options for today’s woman. For the daring night; mini-dresses made of delicate fabrics, pencil skirts, long faux-fur coats, lace, transparencies, ties, choker necklaces and kohl-lined cats’ eyes saw her dressed to kill.

The brand reveals the return of military green, mainly in tops and coats. Khaki, earthy tones, and black and white dominate the colour palette of the collection, complemented by touches of fuchsia and mustard. Some of the outfits featured were monochrome and even totally black, retaining a darkly romantic vintage essence.
Supported by its own makeup brand, Topshop featured a high-definition style with trendy bold eyebrows, wide black cats’ eyes and matte lipstick in nude, fuchsia and purple.

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Credits

  • Text Núria Botella
  • Images by London Fashion Week

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