Runway to Sidewalk: Translating Topshop Unique and Antipodium’s Fall Looks

Runway to Sidewalk / August 30, 2012

The Fall/Winter 2012 runways were filled with wearable looks that left us wanting to experiment with our own style for the upcoming season.  Though, if you’re like us, you probably want to avoid being a “label whore” by wearing the same label head-to-toe.

So, how do you translate a one-label look from the runway to the sidewalk without shelling out major dineros?

Luckily for you, we’ve  got your answer.

Below, we’ve translated two of our favorite Topshop Unique and Antipodium looks that you can easily recreate.

Antipodium took on a more androgynous feel with tailored garments featuring splashes of bold, vibrant hues and exciting patterns. Choose a bright coat and mix it with a loud blouse and neutral pants to evoke Antipodium’s chic aesthetic.

The Topshop Unique show was filled with neutral shades mixed with khaki staple pieces and black leather, creating a tougher, more modern take on military. Mix a khaki dress with heavy boots and a cream leather cover up to look just the ticket.


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Jenny McFarlane
Jenny McFarlane
Jenny McFarlane is currently obsessed with ASOS timed sale shopping, obsessively listening to the "Drive" soundtrack, and everything faux fur.




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