This collection brought such a young, fresh and vibrant feel to the catwalk by being inspired by the late 70’s West Coast America. There was a lot of distressed denim, vibrant graffiti prints and sportswear, all with that Topshop appeal, that we all love!
The look was very chilled with the clothes having a worn out character to them. The denim was distressed and faded, with oversized denim waistcoats on top of tshirts in pebble grey, sand and aqua that looked ‘moth bitten’ but loved.
Neoprene underwear anyone?!! Rubber bandeaus, crop tops and high waist knickers were made out of neoprene which were could be seen under the loose fitting clothes which added vibrant flashes of colour to the distressed fabrics. It is a look that Lady Gaga would be proud of!!
Sportswear featured strongly in this collection, which toughened up the feminine clothes. There were aertex paneling in trousers, stripes down the arms, oversized sweatshirts and my favourite.. a sequin polo shirt crop top!
We all sat there eagerly waiting what Topshop had to offer us, and they more than definitely delivered. The collection was fun, wearable and very fashion forward! In the audience sat the man himself, Philip Green and Kate Moss, looking beautifully stunning as always!