After an absolute belter of a summer, we’re admittedly a tad grateful (sorry!) that we can finally wear the other 90% of our wardrobe.Regardless of how long ago our GCSEs were, September‘s back-to-school mentality still kicks in every year and we cannot wait to hit the shops for autumn-ready goodies.With animal prints ruling the fash pack this season, we couldn’t believe our luck when we discovered that silk skirt back in stock. Meanwhile, Zara’s recent influx of corduroy co-ords is sure to make a dent in our credit cards.From Marks and Spencer’s most talked about knit to the cowboy boots coming to a Pinterest board near you, these are the ‘new in’ numbers high on our agenda.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: The Princess Diana-inspired trend that’s made an unlikely comeback this summer 7 outfit ideas to wear in this tricky transseasonal weatherThis season’s scarf print trend has been given the royal stamp of approval
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Today, the fash pack will take their seats on the FROW for the final time, as London Fashion Week draws to a close with another season done and Instagrammed.And it’s undoubtedly been one of the most diverse and boundary-pushing sartorial celebrations to date.JW Anderson blurred gender binaries, as he debuted a unisex line while Christopher Bailey took his final bow for Burberry with an LGBTQ-inspired collection.But what can fashion fans take away from AW18?Supersized handbags-turned-clutches were wedged under models’ arms at Rejina Pyo while Ashley Williams’ cool girls stomped the runway in furry sliders and Matrix-inspired sunnies.It was a serenade to the eighties over at Halpern this season while Nicopanda danced to the tune of bucket hats, bulky bling and slouched neon puffer jackets with a nineties soundtrack.So before hitting the shops, make sure to take note of the trends deemed Insta-catnip during fashion month.From dainty neck-ties to this season’s most coveted carrier bag (yes, seriously), consider this your go-to cheat sheet for the biggest trends set to drop via an Instagram feed near you.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion Week AW18: Every moment worth knowing about Teatum Jones celebrates diversity of womanhood at AW18 showCelebrities at Fashion Week AW18: Front row and parties
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Last night, Stella McCartney proved that her fashion empire has a seriously loyal A-list fanbase.Over the years, the designer has amassed a pretty enviable phone book brimming with everyone from the music industry’s leading ladies (we’re looking at you, Katy Perry) to modelling royalty (yep, Miranda Kerr and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are in there).And a gaggle of celebrities rocked up to the designer’s AW18 presentation on Tuesday evening decked in their finest clobber.Before the after-party drew the likes of Poppy Delevingne and Christina Aguilera who danced the night away to the sound of Stella’s father, Paul McCartney.But who stole the sartorial spotlight?From Miranda Kerr’s enviable maternity style to Katy Perry’s OTT aesthetic, look no further for a definitive guide to the celebrities who rocked up to the highly-anticipated presentation.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Every incredible black outfit worn to the Golden Globe Awards 2018Critics’ Choice Awards 2018: Angelina Jolie, Margot Robbie and Natalia Dyer lead the best dressed list This week’s best dressed celebrities: 15 January 2018