A unique perspective and thorough analysis of streetstyle fashion from London and Copenhagen Fashion Weeks. Photographs reflect our understanding of clothing, the construction or detailing that is best captured in movement or from back or side angles. Looks reveal the latest in styling and layering trends, while also confirming the enduring styles that continue to evolve and develop. Each category flows through similar styles to enable a comparative study of shapes, styling, proportions and details. This valuable resource contains over 1190 curated images to provide inspiration for SS 2025 collections.
The London fashion scene is an important source for emerging trends and the young energy of Copenhagen adds solid design direction and a sense of fun. Accessories often dominate in distinctive shapes, proportions or use colour or pattern to grab attention. This combination of casual Copenhagen styling and London’s edgy vibe create a perfect blend to inspire trends for SS 25.
Capturing all the important looks and emerging trends from the street scene at London Fashion Week. This special issue is much more than a gallery, each look is analysed with a view to how it could be explored further. It examines specific areas of design including the explosion of denim, anime-inspired shapes and gothic styling. It looks at leather and luxe materials, important methods of construction and ways that silhouettes are changing. This report is over 70 pages and offers an essential balance of creative inspiration and focused information.
This deep-dive accessories report provides an overview of the London fashion scene. The curated gallery offers a unique way to absorb trends as it runs through men’s and women’s accessories of a similar type. Our original images provide a clear impression of the important details that define a look. This huge resource contains over 400 carefully selected images from London Fashion Week AW 23.
The London street scene brings out the best emerging trends. These original images show how women’s apparel is changing within each style category. In general there is an increase in proportion and volume, and this ‘taking up space’ reflects a growing confidence for womenswear. In styling there’s a contrast between delicate pieces that are sheer, second-skin or cutaway, with items which are oversized in more durable materials. Investment styles, such as coats or leather pieces come in safe, core colours but these are countered with bold-colour or bold-texture contrasts. This curated insight into trends is edited into a flow of looks, which is organised by style category.
The street scene in Copenhagen reflects a new confidence and growing excitement for fashion and individual expression. Styling is important and becomes more crucial as consumers want to wear clothes for longer. These womenswear trends focus on looks that are attainable and inspiring with fresh details or styling to encourage creativity and experimentation. Materials are important to all looks offering everything from craft-like texture to dream-like sheers. Durable fabrics are increasingly important and surfaces reflect this endurance in washed and abraded finishes. This is a highly curated insight into trends edited into a flow of looks which are organised by category.
Denim jeans and jackets, baseball and biker motifs, knitwear and casual sports-inflected styles are an important part of men’s streetwear. Jeans are easy-fit, straight or baggy with lots of personality; denim features unique and irregular patterns, misplaced utility details, splits and frayed finishes. Baseball, motocross and utility jackets styles stand out in blocks of colour and use distinctive motifs or hardware detailing. Statement knitwear has openings and holes that appear as slashes, while more traditional patterns are seen in sweaters and tank tops. Hoodies and sweatshirts move forward in bold prints.
Stylish knitwear and warm winter outerwear in fur, faux fur, shearling and patterned textures. Shaggy and thick-fur coats are softly structured and collarless, while short-hair versions feature neat shirt, revere or shawl collars. Two-colour checkerboard fur is a popular look, though faux chinchilla, leopard and other natural-look patterns remain a classic option. Other textures include crushed and patterned velvets, brocade and jacquards, tweed and fleece. Hairy knits and loopy wool construction creates a fur-like effect for jackets and sweaters. Knitwear has a hand-crafted look with laddered holes, colourful patchwork and decorative crochet. Fringes are part of this textured look, adding movement to the edges of knitwear, outerwear and separates
A complete overview of the latest accessory trends for Women and Men, including Bags, Footwear, Jewellery, Eyewear and Headwear categories. This curated gallery offers a new way to experience street-led trends. Our original photos are edited to flow through shapes, styles and materials to leave a clear impression of trends and the direction of design. This huge resource contains 826 carefully selected, original images from the AW 22 London & Copenhagen Fashion Weeks.
Coming next are images for Women’s and Men’s apparel.
The street scene offers an important insight into what women are wearing and how these looks are being put together. In tailoring the oversized proportions are key with lots of exaggerated shapes being balanced against regular fits. Prints are introduced across a lot of denim, outerwear and the casual-sports section, where patterned mesh is an important trend. Dresses confidently occupy space with added volume, or skim the body with cutout details