June 9 to June 12, 2023 saw a few of the London designers and design schools present collections for ss24. Attendees, including fashion editors, buyers and stylists, stepped out in a wide array of styles, most often wearing hip street labels and smaller, independent brands. Here are the best of the best:
An asymmetric shirt dress by the Northern Irish designer JW Anderson rendered in distressed blue denim and accessorized with brown Isabel Marant clogs.
The ‘Olive L'Ardeur’ Layered Sweater Vest and The Hidji Signature Denim jeans, both by New York brand, Who Decides War, designed by Ev Bravado and Tela D’Amore; accessories included Balenciaga sneakers.
A grey Verdusa cargo pocket front pleated mini skirt was teamed to a white halter neck tank top, accessorized with gold jewelry, a Christian Dior bag, white socks and white Mary-Janes.
Copenhagen designer Cecilie Bahnsen’s black polyester wrap dress worn with Axel Arigato sneakers, and a Jil Sander bag.
Creative director Abdel Queta Tavares in a Zara ‘Copenhagen 1987’ vest and two of his signature red hats.
A ruched cotton-poplin midi shirt dress by Danish brand Ganni, accessorized with white Topshop sandals and a yellow handheld bag.
A logoed cutaway tank top and a tartan mini skirt accessorized with a fanny pack by NYC brand Sprayground (designers are David Ben-David and Eddie Shabot) and Nike Blazer sneakers.
A ‘burning embroidery’ knit vest in recycled wool and cashmere from Doublet, a Tokyo-based streetwear label founded by Masayuki Ino and Takashi Murakami. The vest was teamed with a customized skirt from Adidias and green and white slides.
A Golf Wang ‘White House’ button down designed by Tyler the Creator with a bag by the Dutch label Patta, designed by Edson Sabajo and Guillaume “Gee” Schmidt.
A ‘naturotica’ banana tee shirt from the British designer, Christopher Kane. It was teamed with a pair of black shorts, striped socks and Prada loafers.