From runway to retail: how London Fashion Week is set to inspire packaging design

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London Fashion Week 2016 will no doubt be remembered for the definitive democratisation of fashion by digital natives. Leading the way was Burberry, with its innovative ‘runway-to-retail’ concept, meeting consumers’ insatiable appetite for real-time experiences, products and information. Whilst we’re still digesting the impact of this business-first approach to fashion as well as the impeding implications of post-Brexit Britain, we turn our attention to our top three game-changing looks as an inspiration for packaging design.

1. Delicate Flowers

It’s all coming up microflorals for a nostalgic English country garden feel. This exquisite detailing finds an unexpected, but very beautiful match in food and drink packaging.

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2. Brazilian Carnival

We’ve gone bananas for this riot of colour inspired by Rio’s famous celebrations. This tropical wave is a veritable feast for the eyes and is a match made in heaven for beauty and homeware.

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3.Pastel Goth

Once known as Rainbow Riot Grrls, Pastel Goth has been given the high fashion treatment with sharp angles and delicate detailing taking it mainstream. Gentle features combined with a sharp dangerous edge makes this look spot on for Halloween.

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