Top London Fashion Week Spring 2019 Trends

There was no shortage of trends on the runway when designers debuted their Spring collections. From relaxed tailoring to power shoulders, sequins and day-glo fluorescent brights, the runway was teeming with creative designs from new talents to established brands.

Day-Glo Brights

While Preen stuck true to their floaty feminine aesthetic with ruffle adorned dresses, there were shocks of bright colors that ran through the collection. Paneled dresses in green, orange and yellow were tasters to the full yellow and orange looks that followed. Fashion designer Natasha Zinko, also stuck to this bright motif and unveiled a line-up of neon green separates.

80’s Power Shoulders

Big shoulders were everywhere on the runway and they made for strong accents to tailored jackets and contrasts to some more languid silhouettes. Christopher Kane went heavy on the power shoulders and everything from a long emerald green coat to a white T-shirt dress had featured extreme padding.

Newcomer PushButton also unveiled a line-up of spectacular shoulder-heavy pieces. A blue blazer had extreme padding and this was also seen on a beautiful orange checked overcoat.


Halpern as always, delivered a show full of spectacular sparkles. High-shine and show-stopping sequins adorned 60s style dresses and shift dresses and mini skirts in rainbow hues. Mary Katrantzou also looked towards the shine for added drama. She presented intricately sequinned puffball dresses, which were standout pieces to her collection.