Whether it’s on shoes or on raincoats, clear plastics are very much in this season. Emilio Pucci, Calvin Klein and Miu Miu all showed these styles.
Cosy knitwear is also on this autumn, with chunky traditional knit styles in natural colours with fringes dominating the catwalks. Sonia Rykiel, Loewe and Joseph all showed the comfortable styles.
Multicoloured fur was everywhere on the catwalks, with bright bursts of colour and full statement coats providing a rainbow of colours to keep away the winter blues. Fendi showed a bright royal blue coat, Miu Miu showed an orange and brown coat and Prada showed a red coat with natural trim.
This simple motif has made a comeback this autumn, but it looks like it’s only acceptable in black and white, with Loewe, Balenciaga and Giambattista Valli showing this style in suits and dresses.
Space is a definite inspiration this autumn, with spacemen and galaxies getting an airing as prints on collections by Chloé, Chanel and Isabel Marant.
The Unfinished Look
Unfinished artisan looks are in with hanging strings and mishmashes of fabrics being shown by Maison Magielea, Alexander McQueen and Sacai.
Rihanna’s Fenti x Puma collection showed us that sportswear was on trend. Shellsuits, ski jackets, gilets and fleeces are all on trend this autumn.
Black patent leather is back in a big way. The futuristic dominatrix look was part of the Bettega Veneta, Saint Laurent and Proenza Schouler shows.
Modern turquoise tones were in the shows of Valentino, Nina Ricci and Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini. When worn as a full look, it can provide an electrifying burst of colour.
The hippy vibe was on show with florals, bandana prints and paisley patterns creating a fine line between kitsch and bohemian.
For the wild ones amongst you, the leopard print was everywhere with Etro, Micheal Kors and Dolce and Gabbana all showing the classic glamorous print.
Heavy flannel wth checks is a look that is definitely in this autumn, with the 90s style being mixed with leotards and knits.
Sand and camel sheepskin coats are definitely a look to go for this autumn. The second skin is not only cosy, but hugely comfortable. Marc Jacobs, Hermes and Coach 1941 all showed this classic coat style.
Black and Blue
The duel chromatic look with blacks and inky blues is in this autumn, blending two of the chicest colours for lighting up the night. Giorgio Armani, Versace and Saint Laurent all had outfits showcasing this colour lineup.