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The new runway rules — 11 wearable trends from London Fashion Week



In more unlikely TikTok trends to note, Gen Z are now very much into what their parents wore to work in the Noughties. The new nine to five wardrobe has all the swivel chair staples — pinstripes, white shirts, narrow reading glasses. At Dilara Fındıkoğlu, the Turkish-British emerging designer’s collection, Barbie actor Hari Nef draped herself against church pillars in a banker’s shirt and jacket coiled into a skirt, while the top half was all breast exposing, sheer panelled corset vests and latex gloves. Emilia Wickstead mirrored the 50/50 approach; sweaters and shirts on top, pop-shade, floral embellished mini skirts on the bottom. But it was British-Nigerian designer Tolu Coker who brought her more jovial touch to the fad; grey waistcoats were worn with oversize-striped shirts, cargo trousers and blown up bowler hats. Pour yourself a cup of ambition, etc. JB 

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