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LFW AW14: Topshop Unique show report

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Although it is still seen as a high street name, Topshop was truly the one to watch in London. The show bounced off its previous accolades, but updated it with a youthful twist, appealing to both the FROW celebrities and girls alike. This collection embodied the rebellious side of youth, with slouchy coats worn off the shoulder and oversized sweatshirts paired with over-the-knee boots; this was a teenager all grown up.

The collection had an emphasis on silhouette. Chunky coats were belted to allow for a certain definition to the outfit whilst still remaining nonchalant. Even the skin-showing prom dresses that came at the end were casually effortless; typifying a woman who wants to look good but with minimal effort. Smokey eyes and perfect hair topped off the rebellion. We don't know how but Topshop just gets it right every time. With Anna Wintour and Kate Moss on the FROW this must be the consensus.

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