Topshop Unique

London: British model-of-the-moment Cara Delevingne opened the F/W 13 Topshop Unique presentation, a savvy nod to the indefatigable trend driven nature of the popular brand and an indication of the fun to come. 50s circle skirts were done up in patent leather, menswear overcoats trimmed in red shaved fur, silk jumpsuits printed with an abstract wallpaper motif and knit tops youthfully cropped. Fall’s digital floral matched sets became an unexpected highlight, seamlessly pairing a chunky mohair sweater with a below-the-knee sequin skirt. A handful of pastel ensembles accentuated the retro direction of a-line silhouettes, but this was no ordinary sock hop and asymmetric Mongolian lamb accents as well as experimental oversized outerwear capped off yet another confidently cool Topshop Unique season.—Nina Stotler

Silhouette: Cropped / Circle / Tapered / A-line / Asymmetric

Color: Black  / Silver / Caramel / Soft pink / Powder blue / Safety orange / Vibrant cherry / Navy / Charcoal / Warm mushroom / Pale lilac / White

Key Items: Circle skirts / Knit crop tops / Tapered trousers / Chunky sweaters / Menswear trousers / Fur trimmed overcoats / Floral sequin dresses / Silk jumpsuits / Anoraks / Boxy sequin tops with fur stoles

Materials: Patent leather / Shearling / Silk / Felted wool / Mongolian lamb / Shaved fur / Wool / Nylon / Satin / Mohair

Print + Pattern: Exaggerated wallpaper prints / Digitized florals

Details + Trim: Rose pattern sequins / Geometric diamond appliqué / Pleating / Fur trim / Satin contrast pockets

Accessories + Footwear: Oversized embellished satchels / Clutches trimmed in Mongolian lamb / Ponyhair booties / Weekend bowling bags / Slip-on low-rise cowboy boots / Chain strap day bags / Cris-cross ballet heels


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