The hottest autumn/winter looks to hit the New York, London, Milan and Paris catwalks!
A ladylike collection, featuring a selection of amazing draped maxi dresses, Zebra print jumpsuits and an array of dramatic red clothes. One of our favourite shows from LFW!
An effortlessly beautiful collection from Erdem, featuring floral prints on puffball skirts, shoes and dresses. We want all of the shoes featured, on our feet now!
Giles created a collection based on all the things that got him into fashion in the first place. We loved the silver metallic jumpsuit, the feather printed dress and the spiky skirts!
Henry Holland is determined that come Autumn we won’t be wearing gloomy, dark colours – his A/W 09 collection was a riot of candy-bright coral, apple green and lilac in bold, horizontal stripes.
The Emporio Armani Autumn/Winter collection was an opulent affair, with rich silks and velvets and lots of ruffles. All the luxury was given a touch of reality with the addition of knee-socks!
Dolce & Gabbana kept things sexy and elegant for Autumn/Winter with lots of velvet and Elizabethan-style pleats and ruffles, sculpted shoulders and peplums. Molto sexy!
If Missoni have anything to do with it, this winter we’ll be wrapping ourselves in metres of wooly scarves and chunky knit jumpers (teamed with skinny lace leggings and sexy heels of course!)
Moschino sent a cartoony collection out for Autumn/Winter – Mickey Mouse ears, enormous bows on dresses and lots of pink! We loved the sexy separates and gorgeous cocktail frocks.
Miuccia Prada based her collection on the need for feminine empowerment and the great outdoors. Structured suits,tweed shorts and thigh high wellington boots, were a few of our favourite items.
Stock up on your investment buys, ladies, as the main pieces on the Burberry catwalk were classic designs including their original trench coat and a cosy sheepskin coat.
We’re loving statement jewellery at the moment and that’s why the Marni show was one of our favourite collections. We want it all!
A wearable collection from Gucci with an array of outfits that we would wear on a night out. Thigh-high boots, tunic tops, crystal mesh dresses and jumpsuits are all items on our wish list!
Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes, Freida Pinto, Eva Herzigova, Claudia Schiffer and Elsa Pataki went from the front row to the catwalk at Dolce & Gabbana’s glamorous show in Milan!
The glamorous show by Roberto Cavalli focused on the “tough, aggressive, sexy and young girl, who’s going to help him fight this crisis,” explained the designer.
Floor-length gowns, body-con dresses, biker jackets and brightly coloured trenches filed the Versace runway. The main colours were grey, blue, metallics and neutral colours.
If the Dsquared boys have their way, this autumn/winter the hottest accessories will be a takeaway coffee and sunglasses! Their models worked the ‘morning-after-the-night-before’ look with panache.
A dark and strong collection by Fendi, models strutted down the catwalk in fur coats, sheer jumpsuits and metallic jackets. Time to stock up on those shoulder pads girls!
The most anticipated show of Paris fashion week didn’t disappoint. We loved the structured jackets, the floor length gowns and the sequin body-con dresses. One of our favourite shows of the season.
Stock up on lace, fur shrugs, oversized jackets, red lipstick and flower printed tights girls, as they were a few of our favourite Lacroix pieces.
Models strutted down the catwalk, talking to the audience, in an array of beautiful clothes. Sonia’s main features were ruffles, velvet, lurex and sequined dresses.
A wearable collection by Emanuel, we could imagine wearing the colour pop frocks on a night out! Plus the orange, fuschia, royal blue colours would brighten up any dull, winter wardrobe.
Riccardo Tisci (designer) ‘wanted to show lots of different shapes for all kinds of women,’ in his latest designs and he did so with a wearble collection!
Pamela Anderson made a catwalk appearance for her mate Viv this week. Pam strutted down the wild and wacky catwalk in a pink tutu and as a scary bride!
Ladies make sure you keep hold of your blazers as next season they’re going to be just as bog. We loved the whole collection and thought it was one of her best yet!
A structured and masculine collection featuring lots of leather, grey and black, wrap-coats, jumpsuits and an array of suits. The YSL woman means business next season!
The designers focused on the ladylike elements that have become Valentino’s signature looks over the years. Crystal beading, deep fox-fur cuffs and colour-pop frocks were few of our favourite looks.
A super-feminine collection with white collars, beaded dresses, baby pink bags and knitted jackets, oversized scarves and cute knitted hats.
Models pouted down the catwalk with lips that looked they had been injected with Collagen. The credit crunch maybe in full swing but McQueen avoided wearable clothes, unlike many of the others.