#LFW Highlights: day three

Posted by Emma Salter On 18:00
Nicole Fahri coats never disappoint. This boxy check number with coordinating faux fur collar a perfect transitional piece for the high street. Topshop, Asos, RI? Sure, you'll find this style is absolutely all of them! I'll take it, on the high street budget though.

Topshop Unique look hopeful toward a warm autumn with this pale yellow ensemble. Surprising chiffon like fabrics and a muted palette walked the catwalk with subtle floral inspired motifs. The faux fur snood is a great statement accessory to make the transition from summer outfit to autumn outfit. 

Vivienne Westwood Red Label reflected 40's style wartime in passionate red hues, true to Viv's notorious heritage influences it is a clear representation of females from this time period. Pleated skirts will be something I'll be looking out for when buying this summer in rich red's like this collection showcased. 

Mary Katrantzou has been a firm favourite since her collaboration with Topshop a couple years back. Her patterns and prints being my favourite, I'll be sure to invest in copies of this style on maxi dresses and sweaters for winter, no doubt this slimline effect of pattern and contrasting colour will be popular on the high street. I may even buy some real Mary Katrantzou one day, it's that beautiful! But for now I'll stick to the bottom of the fashion chain. 


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