Graphic Black and White - Black and white was the background to different prints and patterns on the runways of London.
|From L-R: Ashley Williams, Erdem, Gareth Pugh, Daks and Issa|
Ruffles - Ruffles underscored the feel of romanticism and 90s vibe going on in London as seen at J.W. Anderson, Erdem and Preen.
|From L-R: Erdem, David Koma, J.W. Anderson, Holly Fulton and Osman|
High Cut Necklines - New York maybe all about the Halter - neckline but London designers preferred the high cut neckline with some collections featuring polo-necks.
|From L-R: Amanda Wakeley, DAKS, Burberry Prorsum, David Koma and Barbara Casasola|
Patchwork - As seen on the runways of New York, patchwork fabrics and prints made it onto the runways of London to become a trend to watch out for next season.
|From L-R: Holly Fulton, DAKS, Jonathan Saunders, Mary Katrantzou and Roksanda|
Shoulder Cut-Outs - The shoulder is the new erogenous zone this season as majority of London collections featured this off-the-shoulder detailing that was sexy without being revealing.
|From L-R: Osman, Erdem, DAKS, Issa and Antonio Berardi|
Volume - There was an air of experimentation with proportions when it came to London as several collections showcased over-sized ensembles in light weight fabrics.
|From L-R: Roksanda, J.W. Anderson, Erdem, Eudon Choi and Sibling|
Belted - Emphasis went to the waist with both slim and wide belts at DAKS, Osman and Amanda Wakeley.
|From L-R: DAKS, David Koma, Amanda Wakeley, Joseph and Osman|
Wide Leg Pants - The new trouser shape for next season is a wider leg as seen at Paul Smith, Christopher Kane and Joseph.
|From L-R: Amanda Wakeley, Osman, Gareth Pugh, Jean Pierre Braganza and PPQ|
Colored Stripes - Stripes made their way onto the runways of London in a series of bright colors and patterns.
|From L-R: Ashley Williams, Jasper Conran, Erdem, Issa and Paul Smith|
High Metal Shine - London saw a blend of metallic in florals and sequins proving that next season it is all about standing out.
|From L-R: Antonio Berardi, Felder Felder, DAKS, Fyodor Golan and Temperley London|
Credits: FashionUtd, NYmag