Miroslava Duma shows off this season’s denim – faded blue, high-waisted, kick flare and cut off just above the ankle.
An army jacket is an ideal lightweight cover-up for spring-summer, and adds a fresh counterpoint to knee-length skirts as this showgoer demonstrates.
Veronika Heilbrunner gets some extra mileage out of her summer tees while the weather’s still on the chilly side by layering them over a contrasting poloneck.
Stars on a long cardi is a key ingredient for stellar street style.
Co-ordinating your coat with your trousers is a great way to make sure your outfit looks pulled together, and the extra details of a natty pattern, giant fluffy cuffs and gold clumpy loafers make this a standout ensemble.
Think “Pink!” for a head-to-toe look that brings cheer to all who see you.
A 1940s dress shape and Mary Jane shoes gets a modern update with nifty details like a fold-over skirt and giant buttons, and modern art-esque drop earrings.
The palette might be monochrome, but this outfit’s all drama by virtue of its angular architectural silhouette, stemming from the plunging lapels and fishtail ruffle on the skirt.
Matching your cable knit sweater to your tailored coat and Loewe Puzzle bag is no mean feat, especially when they’re all in strawberry milkshake pink harmony. A pair of frayed cuff jeans and raspberry jam patent boots ground the look.
Treat snakeskin as a neutral, like Giovanna Battaglia, and pair it with a mustard yellow printed scarf and co-ordinating geometric skirt. A sassy pair of giant hoops and Chanel two-tone loafers completes the chic European holidaymaker look.
This stylish showgoer’s taken her wardrobe ethos from the houses of Prada and Miu Miu, wearing a ladylike classic – the tweed skirt suit – with unexpected sports elements like the go-faster stripes and the tennis skirt pleats.
Double denim is no longer a faux pas, as shown by this show attendee’s denim dressing gown jacket and crease front jeans.
Red is tricky to match with other colours – black can be too harsh, while brown can clash. Luckily this street style star has shown us the light, and it’s white.
What to wear over your riotous multi-coloured patterned pyjama set? A chic camel coat. The perfect counterplay of maximal and minimal in one outfit.
Give your outfit a sunny update with statement shades and a technicolour dream jacket.
An all-white outfit is always elegant (if prone to becoming less than pristine), but a fluffy stole adds sophistication while breaking up a block colour.
Take a tip from Gucci when creating colour combinations – this yummy lilac and raspberry ensemble looks good enough to eat.
A bold coat will add panache to the simplest of shift dresses and sandals, while a bobble hat and neckerchief add a playful edge.
Hedvig Opshaug tones down her maximal ruffled Gucci striped top with a denim midi and dark tan trench.
Make like this stylish showgoer and wear your favourite print on your skirt and your coat for a novel take on co-ord dressing.
High impact party skirts need not linger unworn in your wardrobe – simply throw on a slouchy sports sweater and your skirt gains a new lease of life.
An asymmetric hemline is a sure-fire way to stay directional with minimal effort. Plus shrugging your jacket halfway down your arms could just be the new shoulder-robing…
If in doubt, a neatly cut knee-length coat over a pair of classic jeans and loafers will never be out of style.
Margaret Zhang works spring’s nascent satin bomber jacket trend, pairing her punchy green number with a full-skirted folk midi and Bowie-esque boots.
The detailing on Eva Chen‘s simple pieces makes all the difference: note the over-sized cuffs on her stand-collar jumper and the frayed hem on her jeans.
A zippy trouser suit in an eye-catching hue will always make an impact, yet this showgoer’s exposed gingham cuffs really make this outfit sing.
Add a spritz of librarian-esque glamour to your styling with a pleated schoolmarm skirt and sporty socks pulled up to mid-calf.