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Style: Fashion Month Round Up

Style: Fashion Month Round Up


From the runway at Chloé to style influencers on the streets, from New York to Paris, we've gathered all of the trends you need to know about from fashion weeks around the globe - plus our NYFW BNKR ambassadors weigh in on the trends that will be making an appearance in your wardrobe this season. T R E N D   :   S E E I N G   R E D

From blue-based tones to fire engine, red ruled the streets and shows at every one of the four majors. Add a single statement piece or go all out with a monochrome look.

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Seen at shows from Chloé to Damir Doma (not to mention every second person), the tie detail was a favourite on and off the runway. Big or small, tucked or knotted, this is one you'll be seeing for a while.


Jeanne Grey of @thegreylayers hit the streets of New York as a BNKR ambassador during Fashion Week, rocking (amongst others) C/MEO COLLECTIVE's showstopping tangerine dress with tie detail.

"The all white 'clean' look was my favourite NYFW trend," Jeanne said.

And what makes a street style moment in her book? "The most candid of moments make the best street style," she said.

Analisa of @rackandrouge joined Jeanne at NYFW, getting on board the tie trend in a more subtle way with pieces from The Fifth Label.

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This '70s inspired style just keeps kicking on. A certified street style staple, it's status as a wardrobe must-have was cemented with appearances at Derek Lam, Altuzarra and Rosie Assoulin. Try Keepsake's take on the new trend.

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You know those ridiculously stylish people who can throw together the perfect outfit out of just a white tee and much loved jeans? You can be one too. Go for easy wearing, laidback pieces a la SS16 collections from Calvin Klein, Rag & Bone and DKNY.

Another of our baben BNKR ambassadors Kristen Grace Lam said "silk slip dressing" was her number one Fashion Week trend. "Anything that'll make it easier to get dressed in the morning, I'm all for it," she said. "When someone's just so comfortable and confident in what they're wearing, it doesn't matter who's looking. That's the ultimate street style moment."

Natalie Liao backs her up: "Oversized robes were my favourite at New York Fashion Week," she said. "Comfort without sacrificing style."

Think Miu Miu or your favourite street styler.

Words: Lucy Ahern


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