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LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

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LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

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LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Whet your appetite

Seen at: Thomas Tait (pictured), Marques’ Almeida, David Koma Condiment chic? Mustard popped up on runways as a colour to watch across the board and it didn’t appear as a simple statement sweater or pant; it was worn head-to-toe, giving new meaning to all-dressed. READ MORE: Top 10 runway trends from NYFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Over your head

Seen at: Simone Rocha (pictured), Giles, Orla Kiely, Christopher Raeburn Little red riding hood appeared in Simone Rocha’s show, heralding the advent of a cold-winter trend we can’t wait to get wrapped up in: the cape. Designers played with shapes and sizes creating many iterations of the seasonal cover-up, which means you can keep it simple or be bold. READ MORE: Our top 10 looks from Gucci Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Seeing Red

Seen at: Daks (pictured), Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Thomas Tait Colour wasn’t lacking this season, but some looks were brighter than others. Red is another standout shade that got the top-to-toe treatment. READ MORE: Best street style at NYFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Just fur you

Seen at: Roksanda (pictured), Topshop Unique, Burberry Whether it’s faux or the real deal, fur showed up on a handful of runways as cozy coats, detailing and as accessories (both Raeburn and Roksanda also gave us furry accessories). READ MORE: Best street style at LFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Velvet

Seen at: Vivienne Westwood Red Label (pictured), Emilio de la Morena, Christopher Kane There was a ‘90s revival on this season’s runways and when designers broke out the velvet, the nostalgic mood was confirmed. Don’t expect too much of a modern take, though, velvet looks stayed true to their origins. READ MORE: Best street style at MFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Into the wild

Seen at: Burberry (pictured), Vivienne Westwood Red Label, Erdem Designers cited adventure (Westwood) and braving the elements (Hunter Originals) as inspiration this season, and that interest in nature was obvious in the animal prints that came roaring down runways. READ MORE: Fall 2015 fashion Instagrams we can't stop talking about

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Death becomes her

Seen at: Giles (pictured), Gareth Pugh, Simone Rocha The drama queen ruled the runway in London. Designers like Giles and Gareth Pugh opted for gothic performances where all-black looks fueled the dark mood. READ MORE: Kendall Jenner's top Fall 2015 runway moments

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Dress it up

Seen at: Topshop Unique (pictured), Orla Kiely, Jonathan Saunders The nostalgic tone at LFW Fall 2015 came in a hodgepodge of decades, where the ‘70s reared its head (again) and the ‘60s made an even more pronounced appearance. Enter the tunic dress, which was given quite a lot of play, making it one of the season’s most wearable pieces. READ MORE: Your insider's guide to LFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Read between the lines

Seen at: Emilia Wickstead (pictured), House of Holland, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi The check went from schoolgirl staple and punk rock mainstay to haute pattern during LFW Fall 2015. The vibe was edgy and who doesn’t want to add a little kick to their winter wardrobe. READ MORE: Your insider's guide to MFW Fall 2015

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada

LFW Fall 2015: Top 10 runway trends

LFW Fall 2015 fashion trend: Blaze of glory

Seen at: Paul Smith (pictured), Temperley London, Barbara Casasola In contrast to the slimmed down suiting we saw during NYFW, London’s take on office attire had more of an ‘80s influence. Bringing back the double-breasted blazer is risky business, but these looks will get you noticed at the water cooler. READ MORE: Canadian models owning the Fall 2015 runways

By: Lisa Guimond Source: Imaxtree.com Credits: ELLE Canada
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