The Road Is Your Runway

With fashion week rounding up the upmost stylish and fashionable people, LFW SS19 streetstyle did not disappoint. An array of striking looks incorporated London’s fashion festivities, with fashion week attendees ensuring they remained as stylish as the models strutting down the runway. The streets of London saw an influx of colour and pattern, from sneakers to stilettos the trends were clear to see. Bold oranges, leopards, and of course chunky trainers.

LFW streetstyle represents London’s subversive and slightly rebellious style, as well as a dynamic dichotomy of emerging talent and established brands. From edgy fashion lovers to the fashion elite front row; streetstyle reflects London’s growing and emerging talent.

Continuing from last season’s success numerous influencers such as stylists, models and bloggers, approached us to wear our pieces at LFW. Representing a whole generation of emerging designers, enhancing their promotion to the industry whilst showcasing their exquisite talent and creativity. As a company dedicated to discovering and promoting emerging talent, it is always rewarding to see our young designers worn to these formidable fashion events. At Fashion Crossover we understand the future of fashion, giving a platform to those talented designers trying to break into the industry.

We are happy to see fashion and lifestyle blogger, Natalia @natinstablog styled her entire LFW wardrobe around our designers at Fashion Crossover. Natalia is pictured wearing our green pleated trousers by Annie Eunbyeol Choi, black jacket by Odella Yue, white leather bag by Gofefe and floral pearl jewellery by Espiegle.




Another of Natalia's LFW looks featured our black hand woven jacket by designer Joohye Emma Park.




Emerging model, Naomi @_flowerchildx, sat front row wearing graduate designer Alexandra Anderson’s orange knit jumper. Singer and model, Ivy Mae @theivymae, also attended numerous LFW events wearing looks by Alexandra Anderson. Both pictured at LFW with Fashion Crossover founder, Since Wang, Ivy Mae is wearing knit dress by Alexandra Anderson and Naomi is wearing a nude top by Lydia Fung and black sheer skirt by Joohye Emma Park.





London based stylist and founder of Dank Management London, Ceecee Oneal @ceeceeoneal is often featured wearing a variety of our graduate and emerging designers. Pictured at LFW SS19 wearing a yellow knit jumper by our LCF graduate designer Alexandra Anderson and a patchwork knit jumper dress by RCA graduate designer Winnie Yeung. CeeCee was also photographed at several other fashionable events wearing several other of our designers including Liza Kain’s ruffle and embellished top with Wangliling reflective trousers and a black Tiantian dress as well as Joohye Emma Park’s hand woven black leather dress accessorised with a black leather Gofefe bag.





Here are a selection of our favourite and most stylish and stand-out streetstyle looks from LFW SS19, photographed by Fashion Crossover London. London streetstyle is like no other. People are willing to push the boundaries of fashion and style, with a bold mix and match of colour and pattern to reveals aspects of ones self and personality. Instead of following the typical fashion trends, London is know to be more experimental when it comes to fashion with the streetstyle reflecting the quirky and subversive tone of LFW.























By Gaby Smith
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