LFW Street Style: Spotted In Reiss



See how our favourite fashion bloggers styled the SS18 collection for the most prestigious event in fashion's calendar

Twice annually, for the four days of London Fashion Week, the capital city becomes a hub of creativity, style inspiration and a true celebration of British design. The shows have traditionally held prominence in terms of coverage, dictating trends for the coming seasons and welcoming host of industry professionals, celebrity names and high-profile bloggers through their exclusive doorways, but the style on the street now garners just as much of a following. The plus side to this is that whether it’s photographers, stylists or influencers that you turn to for an insight into the event, you'll spot outfit combinations that are relevant for – and can be purchased – now, as opposed to in six months' time.

Here, we take SS18 styling inspiration from three of our favourite fashion bloggers, each of whom puts her own personal spin on the Reiss SS18 collection for a day at the shows. 

Monikh Dale

There’s nothing quite like an oversized checked coat to transform even the most understated of looks into something of a statement and that’s what Monikh Dale proves with her layering combination on day 4. The Mae is a contemporary nod to the classic trench coat, woven with a graphic checked pattern and designed with a collarless round neck and an open front. Loaded with throw-on-and-go appeal, it lends Monikh's minimalistic white shirt and jeans ensemble a fashion-focused twist. 


Naomi Ross of Rossio Style gives a lesson in cool-girl tailoring by styling the bold-blue Malani series from head to toe. No longer saved for the office or events season, there’s something much more effortless about classic suiting co-ords when they’re layered over a simple cotton T-shirt and styled with flats. This season’s riff comes in a statement hue that lends it's single-breasted silhouette additional trend-focused credentials and needs little by way of accessory to make an impact. 


There’s something about wearing all-white in colder climes that feels at once contemporary and fashion-focused. Anisa Sojka's fuses the tone-on-tone look with another key SS18 trend; cropped, wide-leg denim, to striking effect. An elevated take on a wardrobe classic, this 70s-inspired trouser silhouette makes an undeniable statement (especially when imagined in bright-white) but continues to carry the ease of your everyday pair. Follow Anisa's lead and keep accessories similarly neutral for a polished street style look.