So London Fashion Week may have been quite some time ago now, but with the rise of make-up in media (check out Glow Up on BBC Three, or the mass hype about Jeffree Stars new ‘Blue Blood’ palette which is already sold out) we felt that this was the time to bring you the trends we saw from the catwalks so you can start to play with them over the summer, and perfect your go to styles ready for AW19….
Beauty was paramount in this season’s shows, from 90’s inspired makeup looks and flowing wavy hair to the most beautifully polished nails, we were treated to stunning head-turning creations and ultimately wearable trends that left us craving for more.
Here are some of our favourite trends from this season’s shows.
Different shades of sepia could be seen this season, in soft, matte washes across the eyes, lips and cheeks at the Slovak Fashion Council Shows as created by Claire De Graft using Kryolan.
As the 90’s revisited looks with overly dark lined lips, glossy eyes over terracotta tones and luminous skin seen at Tolu Coker as created by Claire De Graft.
Placement was everything this season as can be seen in the bright splashes of neon in the inner corners of the eyes paired with toned skin and muted lips at A-Jane as imagined by Lan Nguyen-Grealis.
The painterly bold blends over eyes and cheeks paired with bold bright lips at OnOff created by Lan Nguyen-Grealis using Kryolan have to be a personal favourite.
Fun touches of spots of colour around the eyes paired with a brightly lined top lip caught our imagination at Junne by Lan Nguyen-Grealis.
From glitter to metallics, shimmy-shimmy shine was plentiful this season, as seen at Paula Knorr, inspired by the glamour and glitz of the collection and the idea of young ladies getting ready for a night out on the town, created by Lottie using Beauty Blender, Shiseido and Lemonhead.LA
Waves for Days
From the flowing, easy brushed out locks seen at Paula Knorr as created by Nick Irwin using Anti.Collective products, with modernised Studio 54 vibes
And i-am-chen swept back deep sculpted waves created by Indira Schauwecker and the Tony & Guy Team using Label.M (image by Nisha Giri)
Textured colourful plaits at Roberta Einer by Jon Reyman for Aveda
Intricately detailed and stunning at Tolu Coker by Efi Davies for Label.M
Roberta Einer gave us brightly coloured french manicures by the imagination of Sabrina Gayle using Louella Belle and Artistic Nail Design products
Seen at Paula Knorr as created by Joanna Newbold were detailed nails and squoval nudes with a metallic tip or a metallic dot around the cuticle, done using Morgan Taylor
Short and squared, Nature inspired at Renata Brenha by Marie Louise Coster, a nude nail with a dark contour, done using Morgan Taylor
These were some of the looks that captured our eye, so keep yours peeled for they will start to filter through from the catwalk to the streets soon enough!