1. Slogan Tees
The simplest statement piece of the season: designers such as Dior, Gucci and Moschino were all featuring slogan tees in their AW17 collections. With the rise of social media and everyone finding their voices on Twitter and Facebook, why not add your clothing as your newest platform?
2. All red everything
This autumn season it appears that every designer has woken up with red head. The statement shade dominated the AW17 shows, with Givenchy, Preen and Max Mara featuring wine, cerise and burgundy looks on the catwalk.
The dazzle trend is all about dressing up and going full on glam, in a contradiction to the recent era of evening wear consisting of street style. So get Christmas party ready with the high street steals, to be found at Miss Selfridge, H&M and Boohoo.
4. Sport Luxe
The uniform of the new era of supermodels: Kendall Jenner, the Hadids and the like, the sports luxe trend does not appear to be leaving any time soon. Featuring in collections from Versace, Puma and Tommy Hilfiger, you’ll be hitting a home run with your outfits by incorporating some sporty styles.
An emblem of superheroes, the cape trend builds upon the reoccurring pattern within the AW17 season: giving power to women. Designers frequently use their platform to make political statements and this year it appears to be the rise of activism against Trump’s recent anti-feminist policies with capes featuring in the collections of Balmain, Burberry and Bottega Venneta.
Striking shoulders and slim line cuts were the styles being sent down the runway this season. Inspired by the female boss empowerment of Hillary Clinton, nothing says business like a well-fitting suit.
7. Soft leather
Sumptuous and buttery soft: nappa skin leather wound up in numerous collections getting a ladylike spin at Tod’s, Alexander McQueen, Valentino and Hermès, among others.
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