London Fashion Week

The editors of InStyle bring you the best of London Fashion. Our coverage showcases the biggest fashion trends and must-have accessories straight from the runway. We spotlight the latest hair and makeup trends with tons of photos and videos of models and celebrities sitting front row.

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Bold, Colorful Eye Makeup Is London Fashion Week's Biggest Beauty Trend

London Fashion Week is technically less than a week long, but despite its length, there are always inspiring hair and makeup moments on the runways.    For Spring 2020, bright, bold makeup has made its way across the pond. Just like at New York Fashion Week, British designers are moving away from no-makeup makeup in favor of statement eyes and lips. Case in point: Emilia Wickstead's lavender and red matte lips and Victoria Beckham's chic navy and burgundy graphic eyeliner. As for hair, just slick everything back. Christoper Kane and JW Anderson both featured styles where models' hair was brushed up and out of their faces. Get the complete rundown on next spring's hair and makeup trends according to LFW by scrolling through our all of our favorite beauty looks from the shows.  VIDEO: How to Build a Beginner's Makeup Kit for Under $50

The Best Beauty Looks from LFW's Fall 2019 Shows

Even though London Fashion Week is short enough that it comes and goes in a blink of an eye, the runways still deliver some pretty inspiring hair and makeup moments. The Fall 2019 shows definitely didn't fall short. House of Holland's turquoise smoky eyes and Erdem's graphic cat-eyes are proof that bold eye makeup will still be a huge beauty trend come fall, while Ashley Williams' rhinestone hair pins and Simone Rocha's beaded crown headbands are two more ways to wear hair accessories throughout the year.  Get the complete rundown on all of the attention-grabbing hair and makeup moments from the British runways by scrolling through all of our favorite London Fashion Week beauty looks. VIDEO: Beauty School: How to Get Fuller-Looking Hair
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