Outfit inspiration can sometimes come from the unlikeliest of places: a curtain fabric at your grandma’s house, a particular shade of green in the local park, a frilly collar on a faded family photograph. But the prints on the seats of the London Underground? That’s a bit of a curveball, even for me. Okay, hear me out. I’ve always loved the geometric prints that covered the Tube, whether it’s the metro tiles lining the walls of Vauxhall station or the colourful moquette checkerboard that covers train seats. Once you start noticing them, you really start to appreciate their retro charm.