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LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

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LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Bold blooms

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Bold blooms These aren't your garden variety florals. For spring, designers showed a fresh take on the perennial print, favouring poppy blooms in bold primaries and embroidered embellishments. Seen at: Simone Rocha (left), Matthew Williamson, House of Holland GALLERY: NYFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Pink

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Pink This season, the London designers tended toward a punchier pallete of primary and acid-bright colours, but where they did incorporate pastels, pink was the stand-out shade. Powder soft and often paired with darker hues, pale pink is the new neutral. Seen at: Temperley London (left), Giles, Mother of Pearl MUST-READ: 10 online shopping sites to visit right now

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Geometry lesson

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Geometry lesson Whether it was the use of colour blocking, asymmetrical hems or cutouts – or all of the above – designers played with shapes, pattern and negative space in intricate, mathematical ways. Seen at: Peter Pilotto (left), Marios Schwab, Thomas Tait GALLERY: The top 10 Fall 2014 fashion trends

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: 1960s and 1970s

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: 1960s and 1970s Fall 2014's obsession with all things 1960s has naturally progressed to include a '70s mood for spring. Mini skirts, psychedellic prints and bohemian florals combine the best of the two decades in thoroughly modern looks.   Seen at: House of Holland (left), Isa Arfen, Emilia Wickstead GALLERY: 10 totally wearable fall miniskirts

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Sports story

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Sports story Cricket stripes, nautical palettes and drawstring details are just a few of the ways that the London designers incoportated sporty elements into otherwise refined silhouettes, redefining sport as luxury. Seen at: Preen by Thornton Bregazzi (left), Christopher Raeburn, Topshop Unique GALLERY: The 8 best looks from Topshop Unique's Spring 2015 show

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: OTT bows

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: OTT bows They showed up on dresses, as belts and even in hair. Go ahead and indulge your inner third grader – the bow is your best accessory for Spring 2015. Seen at: Jonathan Saunders (left), Burberry Prorsum, Sibling MUST-READ: 10 ways to upgrade your wardrobe

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Sheer delight

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Sheer delight This season, designers embraced sheer fabrics with playful abandon, sending nearly naked models down the runway in lighter-than-air dresses, skirts and blouses, sometimes layered under a jacket or over a slip, sometimes not.  Seen at: Burberry Prorsum (left), Marques'Almeida, Christopher Kane MUST-READ: 7 ways your clothes can make you look slimmer

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Fringe benefits

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Fringe benefits Fringe was all over the runways for fall, and for spring the trend continues in more subtle variations: the trim on a hem (at Paul Smith) or an embellishment on a mixed-media dress (at Isa Arfen). Forget those long swingy strands – spring's fringe is delicate, understated. Seen at: Paul Smith (left), Isa Arfen, Jean-Pierre Braganza MUST-READ: How to pull off the fringe fashion trend this fall

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: High shine

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: High shine You're going to need your sunglasses next spring: Sequins, metallic leather, shimmery satins and even tinsel shone bright under the runway lights, lending an overall glam-rock 'tude to the season. Seen at: Ashish (left), Tom Ford, Markus Lupfer GALLERY: The best summer-to-fall transitional pieces to buy now

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com

LFW Spring 2015: The top fashion trends

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Welcome to the jungle

LFW Spring 2015 fashion trend: Welcome to the jungle There's something darkly romantic about the London designers' obsession with lush, leafy locales for spring. Whether it merely took the form of abstract inspiration (at Barbara Casasola) or it transformed into more literal motifs (at Erdem), there was always an underlying sexiness to the notion of being wild and free. Seen at: Erdem (left), Barbara Casasola, Mary Katrantzou MUST-READ: What is modern power dressing?

By: Charlotte Herrold Source: Courtesy of Imaxtree Credits: ELLECanada.com
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