With the hype surrounding London Fashion Week wrapping up, the fashion world has been granted one quick moment to reflect before picking up again in Milan.
Top fashion houses showcased hot emerging trends on the runways, but what some may have missed were the fashion risk-takers on the street.
We’ve highlighted three trends that have moved beyond the runways, onto the streets and further incorporated into fashion forward glasses designs.
Burberry Prorsum included silky fabrics in rich burgundy hues during their Spring 2013 runway show in London.
Garments featuring similar deep burgundy hues were also incorporated into fashion forward street style.
This trend has similarly translated into eyewear styles in burgundy hues as seen with these Love L741 Raspberry glasses.
Trend: Pink Ombre
Felder Felder embraced their model’s individuality by allowing them to rock their own unique hair styles, including pink ombre hair.
This bold trend was also seen on the streets during London Fashion Week by fashion lovers alike.
The pink ombre trend has also taken hold in eyewear fashion giving vintage Retro-Wingtip designs a modern twist as seen with these Love L705 Peach Fade glasses.
Trend: Cut Out Accents
Australian designer, Willow, integrated unique cut out accents throughout her collection at London Fashion Week.
Fashion risk-takers on the street also flaunted their bold individuality by wearing designs featuring cut out accents.
Distinctive cut out accents have also been incorporated into glasses designs as seen with these Joseph Marc 4014 Coffee glasses.
Trend: Crisp White
Dion Lee’s Spring 2013 collection proved that wearing white after labor day isn’t just something you should consider, you should do.
This crisp white pant suit proves that this trend isn’t just for the runways. Not to mention the power of accessorizing red semi-rimless glasses.
This ultra-sleek look is also expressed through frames made with translucent acetate as seen with these Derek Cardigan 7004 Ice glasses.
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