Autumn Trends 2018
From desert hues to heritage prints, get ahead of the curb with our conclusive guide to the autumn fashion trends 2018 is pushing to the fore
(Left to right: FW18: Phillp Lim, Lucio Vanatti, Chloe Tagwalk)
Clockwise: Zara double chain necklace, £17.99. Buy it here
Aspinal of London bag, £450. Buy it here
Joseph boots, £470. Buy them here
Topshop skirt, £32. Buy it here
Arket wool trousers, £99. Buy them here
Monki coat, £50. Buy it here
Heritage print trend:
(AW18 Fendi, Richard Malone, Emilia Wickstead Tagwalk)
Checks, gingham, houndstooth and tartan, buckle down into the colder months in heritage prints, which were splashed all over the runway for AW17. Whether you opt for punky riffs or Balmoral-style prep, animal print finds stiff competition in heritage prints this season.
80s glamour trend:
(A/W18: Mica Araganza, Tom Ford, Balmain Tagwalk)
Style sections and influencer feeds will soon be flooded with glitter ball party dresses, from silken, crystallised mico-minis to sparkling jewellery, shoes, bags, hair accessories and more.
(A/W18: Olivier Theyskins, Adam Selman, Dennis Basso via Tagwalk)
From the patent to the downright domanatrix, leather and high-shine materials are toughening up the abundance of hyper-feminine trends like eighties glamour and animal print.
Animal print trend:
(A/W18: Max Mara, Roberto Cavalli, Victoria Beckham. Tagwalk)
Patchwork trend 2018
Closely in tow is the scarf-print trend, which sees classic silk foulards prints transformed into dresses and blouses.