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LFW trendy looks: do they exists in inclusive fashion?

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LFW trendy looks: do they exists in inclusive fashion?

At the opening London Fashion Week catwalk show, we highlight the main 2020 fashion trends that were on our runway.

Neutral tones, modern shapes, transparency, high and marked waists: actual fashion trends shown on the London Fashion Week opening catwalk. With more attentive eyes, the peculiarities begin to appear: the fashion resulted of the collaboration between SB Shop and many designers is inclusive, sustainable and concerned to fit in all body types.

The lightness of skirts, dresses and more fluid pieces are a counterpoint to the strength of a diverse casting, which included paralympics, an actress and a singer with their own disabilities. It represents exactly what we believe: the strength of inclusion.  This strength was able to impact at the Fashion Week, the main scene of this industry, we had achieved goal. And we expect it to be a rising fashion trend.

Gü Dopran wearing silk green dress by Peter Twiss
Gü Dopran wearing silk green dress by Peter Twiss
Gü Dopran wearing Peter Twiss
Olivia Broome wearing white shirt and trousers and orange kiomono by Auf Augenhoehe at LFW catwalk
Olivia Broome wearing white shirt and trousers and orange kiomono by Auf Augenhoehe at LFW catwalk
Olivia Broome wearing Auf Augenhoehe
Sylvia Mac wearing handmade black dress by Rua Luja and Mental Jewellery at LFW2020 catwalk
Sylvia Mac wearing handmade black dress by Rua Luja and Mental Jewellery at LFW2020 catwalk
Sylvia Mac wearing Rua Luja and Mental Jewellery

And it’s fashion. It brings to the runway styling tricks, such as the counterpoint of weights in the look: the heavier boot and the dress of lighter fabrics, the accessories that complement a casual look, the different textures, the mix of prints and patterns, the combinations of colors, the shine that appears discreetly but becomes the highlight of the look. Even lingerie comes out of its functional design: it gains strategic cuts, necklines and ties and goes into fashion trends.

Gü Dopran wearing adaptive lingerie Amaella at LFW SB Shop
Gü Dopran wearing adaptive lingerie Amaella at LFW SB Shop
Gü Dopran wearing Amaella

Regardless of the style or look, the moment is worth nothing more than inclusive fashion, it goes beyond the diversity of models that are in catwalk at London Fashion Week.

Fashion represents a style of life that could make a lot of things possible. To create a easier way of opening a bra or pants that can be repeated in everyday looks: close the zipper, change the top and create new possibilities, or even for jewels that represent an inclusive concept.

Lily Mills wearing mix and match jumpsuit Caroline London SB Shop London Fashion Week 2020
Lily Mills wearing mix and match jumpsuit Caroline London SB Shop London Fashion Week 2020
Lily Mills wearing Caroline London

The biggest must have of the season is the wardrobe intelligence. Stimulate your creativity with the items you already have, be inspired by combinations you never made, always respecting your style and your comfort when dressing. This versatility, comfort, diversity and inclusion are the pillars of SB Shop. Empower significantly to reframe your looks: your own style  is already a fashion trend.

And, if so, it is for you: the only requirement is that it has to be in your style. The look you choose needs to contain your personality, your concepts and fit your body so, that it can be appropriate for who you are and tell your own story. Therefore, the view that we need to take on inclusive fashion is that it’s a trend in the current fashion scene and it is universal.

Kathleen Humberstone wearing blue shirt by Smart Adaptive Clothing LFW SB Shop
Kathleen Humberstone wearing blue shirt by Smart Adaptive Clothing LFW SB Shop
Kathleen Humberstone wearing Smart Adaptive Clothing

Do you know that item you have in your wardrobe that says: “it was made specially for me”? And it is knowing the meaning of trend that we understand the concept: a fashion trend is a natural disposition to adopt a certain style. The most natural thing is that fashion is ready for you and for everything you want to communicate when you wear it – in a specific style or in many of them if you want.

Now, what’s your 2020 fashion trend?

Larissa Mariano

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