There were lots of looks (and ergo lots of trends) to come from London Fashion Week AW17 – a good sign that designers are following their own lead, rather than others’ – but these are the five that we’ll start adopting now.
By Angharad Jones
Tate Britain was taken over for the Christopher Kane AW17 collection; the David Hockney exhibition in one part of the gallery, a tough yet feminine take on Autumn/Winter in the other.
The Aspinal of London AW17 presentation gave us 'A Night at the Theatre', with Claridge's decked out in red velvet chairs, bags resting in gilded stalls and new styles sitting in the spotlight.
The TOGA AW17 collection took classic pieces and turned them on their heads, adding drama to usually-conservative styles, and decorative elements to every day street wear.
The Ashley Williams AW17 show was the kind of thing you'd imagine if you went to a house party in Peckham, surrounded by 20-something artists honing their craft.
Handcrafted shoes in experimental shapes and finishes, the Malone Souliers AW17 collection was perfect for the fashion set.
The Versus Versace AW17 collection had sex appeal, yes, but with an injection of punk attitude, hints of athleisure and grungy finishes.
The inspiration for Eudon Choi AW17 was Austrian/Czech architect Adolf Loos (1870-1933), whose views on and preference for minimalism made him a pioneer of the modernist movement.
The Phoebe English AW17 collection was all about women - in particular the strength and resilience of women - as well as unity over division.
By Angharad Jones
A contrast of colours, fabrics, patterns and aesthetics was the theme of the Le Kilt AW17 collection - 'A Perfect Contract' - said to reflect the designer's personality.
From grunge meets space at Lacoste to Raf Simons' first collection at Calvin Klein, these are the best collections to come out of NYFW AW17.
Go behind the scenes at the Coggles SS17 shoot for an exclusive insight into production and this season's must-have styles.
This season at Copenhagen Fashion Week saw Astrid Andersen debut her first dedicated womenswear show, having built up her menswear collections since graduating from the Royal College of Arts in 2010.
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