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Autumn / Winter ’16 Trend Spotter

Autumn / Winter 2016 shows have ended, and after a month filled with fashion delights, we’ve narrowed down all of the best shows to the main trends that we’ve spotted this season.

Graphic Monochrome

Just about every striking motif you can imagine came into play this season. From eye-catching animal prints and symmetrical optical illusions to contrasting geometric patterns. As seen as Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Emilio Pucci and others, classic black and white reigns as the timeless go-to colour palette yet again.

(Left to right: Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Emilio Pucci)

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Boho Knits

Continuing the timeless tribal trend that reappears every year, this season takes on the bohemian print with a refreshing twist, by pairing the geometric patterns and earth tones with oversized knits with luscious faux fur. Spotted at Dsquared2, Lanvin and Sacai, this trend will transform your seasonal wardrobe from Spring to Autumn effortlessly. Try the trend in an tribal cable cardi and fur lined gilet.

(Left to right: Dsquared², Lanvin, Sacai)

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Jersey Dresses

As shown at Celine, Stella McCartney and Chloe, jersey dresses are taking over from oversized knits and turtleneck jumpers. Finished with linen, yarn, cotton, cashmere, and so on, this wardrobe-reviving trend is set to be a major style statement no matter the weather. Opt for a timeless long sleeved classic, or an oversized piece with cold shoulder detailing for elegant but casual styling.

(Left to right: Céline, Stella McCartney, Chloé)

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Ideal for exuding classic elegance, sequins are a recurring trend that has little need for improvement. With a perfect combination of comfort and style, sequins makes for a figure-flattering shape that reminds us of both girlish femininity and seductive charm. Try an elegant long sleeved midi or a lace mesh detailed piece to channel gothic glamour.

(Left to right: Ralph Lauren Collection, Marc Jacobs, Nina Ricci)

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Stud embellished wrap skirts, sequinned jackets and metallic shift mini dresses speckled the runways this season paired with natural hair and heavy eyeliner. A classic look for an evening ensemble, the classic LBD’s are being transform into straight silhouettes and a line skirts for a more contemporary shape. Slip into an unusual aztec stud patterned frock or glitter knit sweater to try out this timeless trend.

(Left to right: Bottega Veneta, Paco Rabanne, Anthony Vaccarello)

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