LFW: Enjoy Fashion Week Style All Year Round

Missed London Fashion Week? Hit up all your favourite shows but still craving more? Not to worry, we know how you feel. When there are only two chances a year to enjoy the delights of what the design elite have to offer up to the capitals fash pack, the rest of the year can seem slightly lacking in the style and glamour stakes.

So, to capture that Fashion Week vibe 365 days of the year, we have compiled a guide of the best places to rework those much-loved elements of your favourite designers and most importantly what to wear when doing so. Hit up these places in you finest outfit and it will be like youai??i??re at your own private Somerset House all year roundai??i??

Love the feminine look of Temperley? Try the refined luxury of Afternoon Tea at Claridges. Both uniquely British, think classic English rose elegance when dressing for this stylish pastime.

What to wear…

Ai??Celeste blue tote bag Ai??Jaeger Leopard Print Dress Ai??KG Calista Court Shoes Ai??Linea Cashmere Coat Ai??

Coccinelle Celeste Tote BagJaeger Leopard Print DressKG Calista Court ShoesLinea Cashmere CoatClarins Lipstick

Canai??i??t get enough of the loud and proud prints at House of Holland? Itai??i??s the show that always attracts the cool kids, so try the Dalston Superstore in trendy East London. Attracting a wide range of the young and beautiful, itai??i??s the perfect place to have fun with the fashionista crowd. Anything goes fashion wise but remember, the hip kids don’t do dressing up so just don’t look like you’ve tried to hard.

What to wear…

Ai??Mango Bleached Shirt Ai??Current Elliott Boyfriend Jeans Ai??Carvela Krispy Sandals Ai??Mint Velvet Leather Jacket Springbok black clutch bag

Mango Bleached ShirtCurrent Elliott Boyfriend JeansCarvela Krispy SandalsMint Velvet Leather JacketTed Baker Clutch Bag

Lusting after the luxury of Tom Ford? The tickets to his shows are like gold dust so head down to Balthazar in Covent Garden. The hottest restaurant of the moment and a favourite with the A-List, getting a reservation is not an easy task so instantly is a winner for evoking the Tom Ford mood. This is the place to be seen so play your fashion card and channel your inner Victoria Beckham (not circa 1998, obvs).

What to wearai??i??

Ai??Colorado clutch bag Ai?? Ai?? Ai??Pied a Terre Leather Skirt Snail Pendant

Pied a Terre Colorado Clutch BagPied a Terre Pleated ShirtDune Court ShoePied a Terre Leather SkirtBill Skinner Pendant

Look forward to the Vivienne Westwood show? There is only one place to visit to conjure up that famous aesthetic and that is her sonai??i??s store, A Child of the Jago. Located near Old Street just a stoneai??i??s throw from Shoreditch, the store is heavily influenced by that famous Westwood style and is a vintage loverai??i??s delight. Throw on your favourite vintage inspired pieces with s touch of punk.

What to wear…

Day Birger Et Mikkelsen Day Cape Coat Ai??Plaid trousers Ai??Dune Biker Boots Ai??Purple print large tote bag Ai??Libertine Crstal Beetle Ring

Day Birger Et Mikkelsen Day Cape Coat – Mango Tartan TrousersDune Biker BootsVivienne Westwood Tote BagLibertine by Giles Deacon Crystal Ring

Kate O'Brien

Hi I'm Kate, in a previous life I was Womenswear Editor but these days you are more likely to find me pouring over a planning calendar than the latest copy of Elle in my role as Online Content Producer. A Northern tourist in London, some of my favourite things in life include red wine, chutney (accompanied by cheese), sequins, grey cashmere and Matt Damon. I am known in the HoF office for owning far too many coats for one person, laughing too loud, and drinking full fat Coke only when hungover. My life's ambition is a simple one; to own a Puggle.

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