If you're loving this seasons trends just as much as us, and lusting after where to buy our autumn winter campaign looks, then you’re in the right place. We’ve made it super easy to shop our campaign, breaking down each look, ready for you to buy, right here in centre:mk.
The A/W campaign takes a nod from the last four decades of style, inspiring the looks for this season, from seventies flares and eighties blazers to nineties crop tops and noughties neutrals. Whilst of course, following the must have trends seen at London Fashion Week, including ‘daylight disco’ and ‘the new minimal’.
The seventies was a time of statement clothing and that’s exactly what our stylist picked for our 70's inspired campaign, echoing the latest dropped hemline and chunky gold accessories.
Dress- Monsoon. Coat- River Island. Headband and Belt- Primark.
Another key trend for the season is layering. Our menswear look features prints, textures and a variation of winter warm neutrals, to create this cosy winter look for any occasion.
Suit and Scarf- Hawes and Curtis. Shirt- Moss Bros. Jumper- Primark. Coat and Hat- River Island.
Moving onto the eighties: a bold, brash and nothing but colourful era of style, which perfectly fitted in with London Fashion Week's daylight disco trend.
Dress and Bag- River Island. Scrunchie- Claire’s.
The eighties was not a time for understated fashion, and our stylist made sure that this look screamed eighties fun. Pairing with the 'must have' emphasised shoulders, to create the power enhanced look seen on the likes of Grace Jones to Melanie Griffith in Working Girl.
Dress and Jewellery- River Island. Belt and Tights-Primark. Hairclips- Accessorize.
When you think of the nineties, it was a time where some style icons sported the grunge looks juxtaposed with others wearing simplistic slip dresses and ballet flats. Now, as we all know, leather, checks and black hues are the key styles to be seen wearing this season. If you wish to be the "most fashionable friend", this is the look to grab.
Jumper and Dress- River Island. Necklace and Bracelet- Accessorize. Boots- Kurt Geiger.
The noughties through to the tweenies saw trends transform to minimalism and neutrals as opposed to striking looks, like double denim and bold colours. This menswear looks is brilliant for an easy go-to outfit but also staying on trend.
Shirt- Moss Bros. Trousers- Next. Jacket- River Island.
The most popular colour palette in womenswear the last few months has been monochrome and warm nudes and nothing has changed for this season. This two piece from John Lewis & Partners gives the illusion of a jumpsuit, however versatile enough to provide multiple looks through the whole season.
Shirt and trousers- John Lewis & Partners. Boots- Jigsaw. Jewellery- Oliver Bonas. Bag- Accessorize.
If you missed our latest campaign for autumn winter, you can check it out on our YouTube channel. Head to centre:mk to shop our latest campaign and newest retailers at the centre.
Right Image: eighties menswear- Suit Jacket and Trousers- River Island. Shirt- Hawes and Curtis.