The Best Street Style From London Fashion Week Spring 2022 – The Zoe Reportby August 14, 2022
British folks know how to dress.
Sandwiched between a busy five-day schedule in New York and six full days worth of endless sartorial inspiration displayed by Italian girls in Milan, London Fashion Week flies under the radar compared to its counterparts. And though it might be a more low-key affair, there’s a reason why it remains an integral part of the fashion month circuit — the capital of England birthed noteworthy industry brands such as Burberry, JW Anderson, and Victoria Beckham, after all. And as usual, this season the London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 street style is demonstrating what the city’s fashion entails — a perfect blend of elegance, prep, and a hint of edge (think: Alexa Chung).
When it comes to the fashion scene in the UK city, you can expect to see a few pieces out and about. For starters, thanks to Burberry, trench coats have become a staple in the residents’ go-to uniforms. On top of that, British folks love sportswear items like chunky boots and tailored blazers (who can blame them?). And during fashion month in their city, London-based influencers — like Bettina Looney, Lucy Williams, and Susie Lau — kick this signature fashion sense up a notch. Though this LFW cycle is much quieter than in years past, show-goers certainly delivered in the style department.
Below, find the best looks from London Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 — thus far. The gallery below will be updated throughout the week, so make sure to keep coming back for more.
Caroline Issa was pictured outside Roksanda wearing a two-tone blazer and matching trousers.
Mytheresa’s Fashion Buying Director Tiffany Hsu held a pretzel-shaped bag from A.W.A.K.E. MODE.
Spruce up your casual denim with a leather trench coat and pointy flats.
Everyone at the ROKSANDA show definitely caught a glimpse of this attendee’s neon orange dress.
Follow this attendee’s lead and try mixing orange and blue together this upcoming season.
Proof that square-toe flats and loose denim are a killer combo.
This is your cue to add a cape jacket into your cold-weather arsenal.
Extend the wear of your puff-sleeve white dress by incorporating a sleeveless coat and furry clogs into the outfit.
TZR’s Senior Fashion Editor Aemilia Madden wore a cream knit and leather pants from Tibi.
If you’re new to the tonal game, start off with a color like olive green as shown on Elle’s Sarah Zendejas.
Allow a pair of statement pants to shine by teaming them with a cream blazer.
Spotted: JW Anderson’s leather slides.
Renia Jaz proves that all a traditional fall color palette needs is a pop of neon via an accessory.
Abisola Omole arrived at the shows wearing a pastel green trench coat and trendy checkered handbag.
This show-goer brought some sunshine to London with her yellow knit and coordinating Loewe bag.
No surprise a Burberry print was pictured on the streets of London. Caroline Ebo teamed the hat with a top from JW Anderson.
Deborah Debs Dee’s wide pants made quite the statement. Take a page out of her book and style yours with sleek sandals and a polished blazer.
Caroline Issa paired a sporty jacket with classic, feminine staples.
Proof that an oversized bag can be chic — in addition to being practical.
Maria Bernad went for classic prints outside of the KNWLS show.
Camille Charriere finished off a casual look with a Birkin bag.
Susie Lau’s creative layering had a punk feel to it.
Colorful sneakers add a playful air to a neutral look.
Outside Yuhan Wang, this showgoer chose a floral dress by the designer.
Outside Bora Aksu, two guests went for coordinating art-emblazoned looks — finished off with matching combat boots.
A Khaite dress and shimmering Prada purse made for a fancy daytime combination.
A white button-down top and high-rise jeans are a classic combination that always looks great together.
Cowboy boots are a favorite trend for fall and this showgoer made them the anchor of her colorful outfit.
Y2K fashion is back. To embrace it without your outfit skewing too kitschy, try styling one item (like the cargo pants above) with a more contemporary piece like a sleek sweater.
Play with proportions to make workwear staples like a blazer or trousers feel fresh.
Balance out edgy leather pants with a puff-sleeve top — the combination is easy to transition from daytime activities to evening.
Don’t be afraid to lean into an ultra-girly ensemble. The combination of mixed pink tones, tulle, and lacy details make this ensemble super sweet.
For a cool back-to-work look to embrace while the weather is warm, mix a miniskirt with an open button-down and kitten heels.