London Fashion Week: Street Style Part Three


Here is part three of our London Fashion Week 2014 street style through the lens of our photographer, Emily Cross. 

We had the pleasure to photograph both model Amy Willerton and rapper Tino Kamal during our time at London Fashion Week! Amy was as beautiful as ever sporting a timeless look of high waisted black shorts and a cream jacket. As you can imagine, she was being followed by a lot of press so we unfortunately didn't have a chance to stop her for a chat about her outfit! Maybe next time, Amy? 

Tino is wearing head to toe Kokan To Zai with a Julia Cameron body chain but no doubt the best accessories are his trademark tattoos. You should check out his music available via his Soundcloud here.

These two looks embody a fun and oversized attitude towards dressing yourself. Keep it simple with brightly coloured pom poms on knitwear or go all out with a digitized pixel frenzy featuring metallics and colour clashing.

 Combine oversized with structure and straight lines by experimenting with jumpers with neat trousers or tidy up a relaxed outfit with a smart coat to add definition.

Combining textures and styles is something we noticed a lot at London Fashion Week. As pictured above combining furs with the structure of a pencil skirt or trousers in the same colour spectrum really completes the look. We also love the all over primary tone look seen on the left. Simple yet utterly sophisticated!

We love this business chic look that exhibits the silhouette of a professional woman and yet is fashion forward. It is always such a great look and it is interesting to see how different people can dress it up. A mix of androgyny and femininity with the use of pristine makeup paired with structured and practical outfits makes for such a statement look.

Photos by Emily Cross - Third Floor Publication  Photographer
Editing on the header image done by Natasha Raffermati - Third Floor Publication  Project Manager & Public Relations.
We absolutely love outfits in one colour for this season. Keep it minimal and stick with one colour palette and combine tones. Combining different textures such as heavy knits and light fabrics add interest and depth to your look and truly makes a statement.

Haven't spotted yourself yet? There are still more photos to come in our last and final blog post of London Fashion Week street style that is due to be posted this week, keep an eye out for it!

 Words by Natasha Raffermati

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