Street style tribes face off at LFW

The street style squadrons are out in force at London Fashion Week, and the cobbles of Somerset house are turning into the playing ground for their grand face-off.

For the home team, we have the Madcap Dressers. Led by widely emulated Style Bubble founder Susie Lau, these are the fashion students who throw on optical-print tees, fluoro plaid flannels, floral headdresses, plus a googly-eyed beanie hat and a stapler on a necklace for good measure.

Then there's the Editor Establishment. You'll recognise them from their white jeans, navy blue jumpers and glossy manes. Never ones to wear the same stealth-wealth handbag two days in a row, they're the kinds of people with custom shoe trees built into their wardrobes (the better to protect all that Prada by, darling). This is a very international clique, but isn’t without strong home-grown representation.


Both approaches are in evidence in our London Fashion Week street style gallery. Take a look here and let us know: who does it best?

See ELLE's fashion week wardrobe here

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