My favourites from London Fashion Week. Transparency is an interesting technique to play with and layered with opaque clothing behind has a soft contemporary look. I have been seeing a lot on the Spring/Summer 2018 runways. I already have a navy tulle slip dress to wear over cropped cords which could work to adapt this trend earlier in the winter months.

Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

Gathering, sheer dresses and linen. Sequin slips, asymmetry. Semi-transparent boxes holding flowers. Ribbed knee-high socks with suede coloured shoes.

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Margaret Howell

Clean, crisp shirts and tailoring. Duck egg, navy, white. Turn-up trousers, plimsols with dark socks, light olive and washed out ochre.

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Eudon Choi

Black and white with buttons. Billowy and slit tailoring.

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Pringle of Scotland

Landscape dresses with ruching. Sheer layers and one colour looks.

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Christopher Kane

Frilled pillowcase dresses and ruffled curtain skirts. Zip up cardigans, pegs, lace and patent leather.

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Simone Rocha

Sequinned flowers, petticoats, puff sleeves. Layers of tulle, sheer apron skirts.

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