Style on Campus #8

Bonjour bonjour and welcome to Style on Campus #8! We're about to step into the new season of spring which we couldn't be more excited for! But for now, let's take a look at some of our favourite looks around the Strand campus which are perfect for this transitioning time of year!


Name: Lujain Rajab

Course: Biomed/Engineering

Year: 2

Wearing: Kurt Geiger boots, Michael Kors bag, Tiffany and Co Necklace, Warehouse shirt

Give us some meaning: 'Friends birthday - casual to dinner'

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A/W 17

by Chloë Chiew

With fashion month over, the major trends for Autumn/Winter 2017 have been revealed. The biggest trends on the runway have consisted of suits, cinched waists and the colour blue.

The suit trend introduces a statement out of the office look that is sure to mark an everyday uniform. The sleek nature of this trend outlines the figures of those who wear this trend, creating beautiful bold shoulders and coordinated outfits.

Chanel Ready to Wear A/W 17

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LFW: Ashish AW17

By Erina Nadzira 

From white bandanas to Planned Parenthood badges to David Bowie’s “This Is Not America”, NYFW saw designers using their catwalk as a way to express their opinion on current events. Dehli-born Ashish Gupta carried the trend on into LFW in his signature spangly twist when presented his about AW17 collection. His collection last season was self-described as “celebration of Indian culture in this country”, an expression of his heartbreak surrounding Brexit. This season Ashish is back to take on Trump, this time, with more gusto (and definitely more glitter) and the results were nothing short of uplifting.

With an echoing choral rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”, the show opens with one model walking down the sparkling gold –Follow the yellow brick road!– runway in a sequined rainbow mini dress paired with a matching jacket (and matching mules). Rainbow hues are a recurring theme in Ashish’s AW17 show – from jumpsuits to jumpers to co-ords, near every piece is vibrant and bedazzled.

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