Classic Dressing 

Classic dressing should feel authentic, not theatrical. It’s about making smart shopping choices and keeping the clothes you buy for a long time; whether you have been or not, it’s always chic to look as if you have been wearing the same pieces for years. – Amanda Brooks



The free-spirited outsiders who dress in their own unique take of individuality, marginalising conformity. Th counter-culture for those imagining and playing with their individuality, creativity and artful mind.


A philosophy of balance, subtracting and quietly playing on colour tones.

Originality is something you have to find inside yourself, within the ordinary rather than the extraordinary. – John Pawson

Minimalist style is one executed on discipline, consistency and attention to quality. Minimalism goes far beyond dressing into the arts, film, architecture and lifestyles. One discussed more and more today in light of sustainability. The conceptual idea of creating new shapes, silhouettes and stripping them down.



LSESU Fashion Society

LSESU Fashion Society

The LSESU Fashion Society is the only fashion related society on campus at LSE. Our events this year are focused around the term ‘sustainability’, whether that is one’s mental health, our consumption patterns or our understanding of the fashion industry contributes greatly to climate change.

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