The big-buckled belts at Miu Miu brought the whole collection together at the label’s Paris Fashion Week show.
Chanel kept the arm party trend alive at the label’s runway show at Paris Fashion Week.
Anya Hindmarch’s stickered-up bags at London Fashion Week are sure to be as popular as the grocery-inspired ones she did earlier this year. Individual leather stickers are also available to purchase, so you can personalise the bag you already own, too.
Max Mara’s rain hats were a nice touch to the label’s seventies-inspired collection at Milan Fashion Week.
The exaggerated cat-eye never looked so good than at Fendi’s show at Milan Fashion Week.
The head scarves at Karen Walker’s gardening-inspired collection shown in New York seemed not only chic, but practical.
In case you hadn’t noticed, fluff is the trim of choice for designers on the runway circuit. These shoes by Simone Rocha are a good case in point, although we’re not taking responsibility for keeping them clean.
The señoritas at Dolce & Gabbana’s Milan Fashion Week show were adorned with what else, but red flowers in their hair? It’s also probably the easiest trend to pull-off: just pop to your local florist.
If Rihanna rocks a septum ring, you can bet the general population will soon follow suit. This Meadowlark piece from Salasai’s New York Fashion Week show is a modest version of the trend.
Shrimps designer Hannah Weiland is a faux-fur expert: just look at the bags from the UK label’s London Fashion Week installation.
The dainty neck-scarves at Kate Sylvester’s New Zealand Fashion Week show have us wishing it was getting colder, not warmer.
Acne offered a edgy variation of the chunky chain necklace at Paris Fashion Week.
These Karl Lagerfeld bag charms have already been snapped up by street style stars, and if the Fendi runway is anything to go by, they will probably be sticking around a bit longer.
We’re going to need a little more convincing on wrap-around sunglasses, although Balenciaga have certainly made a good case for them.