We always enjoy browsing through the images from London Fashion week on sites like Vogue.com and this season was no exception. The colours, the fabrics, the models and this year, The Queen in the front row next to Anna Wintour – wow!
When you see all the images in the magazines and newspapers, it can be hard to understand how they will translate to your wardrobe, so we have distilled some of the key trends for you and picked out some Yarn Stories designs that fit right in.
This autumn winter is going to feature bold colours and shapes for our wardrobes, but you don’t have to be too way out by choosing styles that work for your body shape.
There were lots of bright primary colours, especially from Chris Bailey in his final show for Burberry, which is the kind of trend you’d usually see in spring summer, so the darker months are certainly going to be more cheerful.
Colours Rouge, Leaf, Cobalt Primrose
Styles Berlin, Allium, Prague, Window
Many designers such as House of Holland featured bold looks with clashing fabrics and patterns. You could mix any of these Yarn Stories designs with tartans and damasks to recreate the look.
Styles Stellar, Carnelian Fourteen , Onyx
Blankets and wraps were over-sized and cosy so why not try these designs. You can even take a blanket design and wrap yourself in it to be on trend.
Styles Boston, Hellador, Rothko, Espalier
Brocades and heritage patterns were centre stage at Emilia Hickstead and we have some Yarn Stories designs to tempt you.
Styles Country, Edith, Trona, Onyx
So whether you are a full-on fashion victim or just looking to keep your wardrobe contemporary, we hope our selection from our patterns give you some inspiration.