The 6 London Fashion Week Trends You'll Be Wearing This Fall

The diversity of London Fashion Week's designer roster makes trend spotting particularly difficult, but this year there were definitely some key colors, silhouettes, and shapes that stood out. From the bright shades that'll warm up your Winter wardrobe to the return of a divisive trend we loved in the early 2000s, keep reading to see the key styles we'll all be wearing when September comes.

1. Parma Violets
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1. Parma Violets

It may have been the color of 2014, but the pinkish purple hue of Radiant Orchid seems to still be a favorite of LFW's designers. In fact, all shades of lavender, violet, and purple were all over the catwalks, from Mary Katrantzou's printed coats to Erdem's romantic lace dresses. This is a shade that works for daywear, eveningwear, and outerwear regardless of season, so pick your (purple) poison and try this trend before everyone.

Parma Violets
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Parma Violets

Emilia Wickstead

Parma Violets
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Parma Violets

Bora Aksu

Parma Violets
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Parma Violets

Matthew Williamson

2. A Big Bit of Fluff
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2. A Big Bit of Fluff

Furry and fluffy coats got bigger and bolder this year, storming the catwalks in a variety of bright shades. From Mongolian wool at House of Holland to fuzzy cobalt-blue and orange wrap coats at Roksanda, there is a style to suit everyone. And the best news is these poppy colors look best when they're made from faux fur. There's no need to be cruel to be chic.

A Big Bit of Fluff
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A Big Bit of Fluff

Matthew Williamson

A Big Bit of Fluff
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A Big Bit of Fluff

House of Holland

A Big Bit of Fluff
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A Big Bit of Fluff

Holly Fulton

A Big Bit of Fluff
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A Big Bit of Fluff

Roksanda

A Big Bit of Fluff
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A Big Bit of Fluff

Felder Felder

3. Build Me Up, Buttercup
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3. Build Me Up, Buttercup

An antidote to those dull Winter days, bright yellow threaded its way through the LFW show schedule, from Orla Kiely and her twee librarians to David Koma and his sexy party girls. Buttercup shades that could pass for orange in the right light are the most up-to-date way to try this trend, but we also saw lemony hues, too.

Build Me Up, Buttercup
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Build Me Up, Buttercup

Orla Kiely

Build Me Up, Buttercup
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Build Me Up, Buttercup

Giles

Build Me Up, Buttercup
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Build Me Up, Buttercup

Paul Costelloe

Build Me Up, Buttercup
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Build Me Up, Buttercup

David Koma

Build Me Up, Buttercup
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Build Me Up, Buttercup

Mary Katrantzou

4. Bohemian Rhapsody
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4. Bohemian Rhapsody

Yes, boho is back. Spearheaded by Christopher Bailey at Burberry, the look anchors itself in the early '70s, with floaty long-sleeved dresses in floral prints, smock details, patchwork, layered looks, and tiered skirts. If you're not quite ready to go full Stevie Nicks, dip your toes in the water with fringed suede accessories instead, be that a bucket bag or a pair of ankle boots.

Bohemian Rhapsody
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Temperley London

Bohemian Rhapsody
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Burberry

Bohemian Rhapsody
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Matthew Williamson

Bohemian Rhapsody
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Preen

Bohemian Rhapsody
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Michael van der Ham

5. The Whole Wide World
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5. The Whole Wide World

The days of skinny-fit trousers are numbered. A whole host of LFW designers opted for wide-legged looks this season, from patchwork at House of Holland to dressed-up jersey at Amanda Wakeley. If you're extrabrave, opt for a slightly cropped silhouette in a light color, or layer your wide-legged look under a knit dress for Winter warmth.

The Whole Wide World
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The Whole Wide World

Barbara Casasola

The Whole Wide World
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The Whole Wide World

House of Holland

The Whole Wide World
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The Whole Wide World

Temperley London

The Whole Wide World
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The Whole Wide World

Amanda Wakeley

The Whole Wide World
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The Whole Wide World

J. JS Lee

6. All the Trimmings
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6. All the Trimmings

If the full-on fur coats in bright colours aren't your style, there is a second option that's a little more classic. This season hailed the return of shearling-trimmed coats and jackets or, for a more modern option, fake fur linings and trims. In this instance, colors are more muted too. We love Topshop's soft-gray option and Margaret Howell's update on the '70s suede car coat.

All the Trimmings
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All the Trimmings

Burberry

All the Trimmings
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All the Trimmings

Preen

All the Trimmings
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All the Trimmings

Margaret Howell

All the Trimmings
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All the Trimmings

Topshop Unique

All the Trimmings
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All the Trimmings

Sass & Bide