After it’s well educed coma, we’ve successfully revived the 70’s. We welcome back suede skirts, denim dresses, cotton crop tops, flared jeans, platform shoes, loose fitting Indian summer dresses. London is definitely excited for this summer’s reunion.
Band t-shirts have been a way of showing support to musicians for decades, marking the wearer as a member of whatever scene they conform to. Especially popular in the 1980’s, fans associated with rock, metal and grunge sub-cultures frequently wore their favourite band’s merchandise to make a statement against mainstream trends. Though generally associated with male metal fans, women have been wearing band t-shirts for a while now, and are partly responsible for 2012’s grunge fashion obsession.
Nordic style has been big in Britain for a while. From high street brands like H&M and Cheap Monday, to high end Acne and Filippa K. However, these names may not be the first thing that springs to mind when Scandinavia is mentioned, so much as those dreaded jumpers your Nan would knit for you at Christmas.
Leather in fashion dates back a long way. From cowboy’s chaps to Hells Angel’s biker jackets, it’s always been the ultimate way to make a statement, no matter what look you’re going for. Jackets have been around for years, taking all different shapes and forms to fit current trends, but lately, it’s not just been jackets taking the forefront – leather shorts are taking over.