Natacha Steven On London Fashion Week’s Biggest Trends

Photo: Lydia Hudgens

Blogger and all-around chic woman Natacha Steven puts her feet up after the fall 2014 shows in London and digs into her favorite trends of the week. From menswear-cool outfit ideas to new takes on metallics that’ll kill it at any party, there’s something gorgeous in here for everyone.

Belstaff, fall 2014. Photo: Courtesy

Tomboy Cool
“No matter how many gorgeous gowns are on the market, we will always be borrowing from the boys. I loved Belstaff’s no nonsense take on boyish dressing. See also: Pringle of Scotland, House of Holland and Christopher Raeburn.”

Peter Pilotto, fall 2014. Photo: via

Haute Hiberation
“Nothing says “polar vortex salvation” like a sexy fur (faux, if you like) and other tactile fabrics that are cut in layer-friendly silhouettes. Peter Pilotto proves how to rock a cozy look without losing an ounce of excitement.”

Christopher Kane, fall 2014. Photo: via

“Grunge and punk are still having a moment for fall 2014 (it’s London, after all).  Christopher Kane made me yearn for the Britpop days with his pastel pink looks complete with mini, doll-like bags and patent mules.”

Preen Womenswear Fall Winter 2014 London Fashion Week February 2014
Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, fall 2014. Photo: Courtesy

Metal Head
“Designers continue to mine the metallic trend, sculpting shimmering fabrics into sinuous and body-skimming silhouettes that are begging for the dance floor. When it comes to hues, metallics were anything but understated.”

Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn Winter 2014 Collection
Burberry, fall 2014. Photo: Courtesy

Flower Girl
“We can never part ways with florals—even if it’s winter. Printed coats add a bohemian, artistic appeal to any daily attire. Don’t be afraid to mix and match prints, rules are thing of the past.”

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