LCM SS17: Street Style Day 2

LCM SS17: Street Style Day 2

The sun came out for LCM SS17 day 2, bringing with it plenty of hot young things ready to get papped by WJ London’s street style squad.

Bleached white shades were the colour of the day, appearing in everything from crisp white shirting to wrinkled just-pulled-off-the-clothes-dryer casuals. Magnus Ronning even sported white paint-splattered denim, adding an air of DIY nonchalance to proceedings.



Paul Sculfor and his band of catwalk-going brothers gave us serious #squadgoals in their highly-tailored suits and separates, with Sculfor himself strutting in structured Belstaff designs as he left the Tiger of Sweden show.


Models, too, brought the squad style, with Diego Barrueco and Joey London repping casual vibes in leather jackets, polo shirts and matching rounded sunglasses.

Fedoras were the hat to be seen in, popping up all over The Strand. Despite the muggy weather, shirts were layered under loose overshirts, often rounded off with Western-style neckerchiefs.


No fashion week would be complete without some boundary-pushing street style, and Ombra certainly gave us what we craved. Taking 90s icon Michiko Koshino‘s SS17 show from the catwalk to the streets, he added a dark and dramatic atmosphere – a welcome contrast to the humidity of mid-June London.


Words: Katharine Bennett | Fashion Week Press | @misskatebennett

Images: Eloise Peachey | Fashion Week Photographer |

Originally written for: WJ London