Topshop Unique AW16: Lineisy Montero, Taylor Hill And Midi-Boots

Gothic velvet and lace chokers

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The Topshop Unique show is always one of the most hotly anticipated runways of the London Fashion Week season, with hordes of fans queuing outside of the Topshop show space for the chance to glimpse some of the huge names that the brand attracts. 

On The Front Row

The usual suspects were there - Sir Philip Green, his daughter Chloe Green and of course the Topshop models through the ages, such as Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss.

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Some of the other names on the front row for AW16 included ELLE star Lucky Blue Smith, who was sat next to Kate Moss' younger sister Lottie Moss, Immy and Suki Waterhouse, Anais Gallagher (Noel's 16-year-old daughter) and Nick Grimshaw. 

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Walking The Runway

Lineisy Montero seems to be a favourite with all of the biggest fashion houses again this season, so naturally she walked in the show.

 

 

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Other models to hit the Topshop Unique runway included Taylor Hill, Malaika Firth, Grace Hartzel and Sam Rollinson.

The Midi-Boots

If you've been digging the mid-calf boots that have been everywhere this Winter, then you're in luck, because their time has not yet come to an end.

The Topshop Unique show was full of midi-boots, with thick heels in fabrics ranging from green leather, silver and gold metallics and black velvet. 

 

 

We also saw white winter boots, of the same ilk as the ones we spotted earlier in the month at NYFW's Tibi show. 

Goth Really Is The New Grunge

Gothic vibes have been a consistent throughline this season, with Alexander Wang, Public School and Opening Ceremony all leaping aboard this dark AW16 theme. 

 

 

Topshop Unique's variation on the gothic trend had more of a glamorous, Victoriana theme to it, with flowing velvet dresses (complete with daring thigh-splits) and lace chokers. 

 

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Images: Kenya Hunt, Getty, IMAXTREE

 

Further Reading:

LFW AW16: Models Off-Duty

LFW AW16: Best Dresses 

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