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London Fashion Week S/S 19: Editors’ picks

London Fashion Week was filled with directional trends and, quite frankly, some beautiful and wearable collections. We, the WGSN editors, check in after a few days of frenetic show-hopping with our personal highlights.

Catwalk trend alert: Garden party

After show-hopping – and a team debrief – the WGSN Catwalks editors call out the most exciting and directional emerging trends. London forecasts a soft and romantic garden party aesthetic for SS19.

Paula Knorr on S/S 19, femininity and being her own boss

Seven collections on from her NEWGEN accolade, Paula Knorr has produced another honest and empowering selection of eveningwear pieces for S/S 19.

Catwalk trend alert: Sixties blooms

After show-hopping – and a team debrief – the WGSN Catwalks editors call out the most exciting and directional emerging trends. Who's here for Sixties Blooms?

Proenza Schouler: A wearable collection for a lauded return

Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCullough returned to New York Fashion week with a collection that was lauded by all. Here's what we thought. WGSN's Catwalk Director reviews.

Catwalk Trend Alert: Creative asymmetry

After show-hopping – and a team debrief – the WGSN Catwalks editors call out the most exciting and directional emerging trends. First up? Creative Asymmetry.

NYFW: Ulla Johnson fuses the handmade with the commercial

As the first full day of NYFW rolled out, kickstarting a season that spans the fashion capitals, we were treated to a number of stellar collections, Ulla Johnson for one.

NYFW: Tom Ford kickstarts S/S 19 with a dose of sultry seduction and understated glamour

Leave it to Tom Ford to kick off New York fashion week with a welcome dose of understated glamour. WGSN's Catwalk Director Lizzy Bowring reports.

Stockholm Fashion Week: Designers to watch

While Stockholm Fashion Week is usually known for its forward street style, a handful of designers are shaking things up and circumventing attention back …

Summer suiting: S/S 18 and beyond

Having predicted and then tracked the rise of summer suiting, we're seeing the trend settle in for the season – and it shows no sign of slowing down. WGSN's Nicole McLennan reports.

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Trend evolution: Leopards never change their spots

Leopard print's versatility means it can evolve to suit whatever the current trend and, right now, the high street is all about leopard print 80's style. WGSN's Laura welch reports on this pattern staple.

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Catwalk trend alert: Printed silk

WGSN Catwalk trend alert. Cool, comfortable and with beautiful fluidity, silk makes for elegant and sophisticated looks.