We’re into SS14 Milan at this stage – we’ll be drooling over some very gorgeous stuff from there next week – and now that London’s wrapped up for another season, that just means we can re-cap on all that goodness that walked the runways. Like, you know, sunglasses and bags and shoes and dress details and all those twirly bits you know you’ll see left-right-and-centre across the high street in six months time.
So we suggest you get ahead of the pack now and decide what you’d like to be wearing on arm and foot come spring. Enjoy!
All pictures courtesy British Fashion Council, except where noted.
Interesting new bag styles incoming from Anya Hindmarch for SS14.
With dresses that were accessories all in themselves, Burberry Prorsum also sent floral-appliqued leather grabs and contrast sandals in a range of brights and pastels down the runway. Expect these to be copied all over the high street. Pic: Style.com
Tank Girl much? More than a nod to Jamie Hewlett's creation here with Erdem's glasses.
And a little more Erdem for good measure.
Eudon Choi showed these perspex topped hairbands - would you wear one?
Full-on glam from Holly Fulton. Love it.
And a little more Holly. Oh this is a look I can get behind. And then some.
Super-cool, super laid-back, super Jonathan Saunders.
Berlin shoe, €71.
Mary Katrantzou, so known for her technical digital prints, goes 3D. Another case of when your outfit's really all the accessory you need.
These perspex and neon butterfly belts showed up as a motif throughout Matthew Williamson's show. Pic: Style.com
Always a riot of embellishment, Meadham Kirchoff didn't disappoint for SS14. Pic: Style.com
According to Orla Kiely, the beret is back for summer.
Love this sharp look from Ostwald Helgason.
And another graphic, sleek piece from Helgason.
Paul Smith's London cool rarely fails.
Flirty multicoloured lashes and out-and-proud hairnets at Pierce Fionda. Love this look!
Couldn't be crazier about what Roksanda Ilincic showed if I tried. Bag this? Yup!
Another Roksanda Ilincic SS14 piece - plus check out those shoes-meets-plus-fours. Two pairs please.
"A little neck bling," says @likemamuse2tobake understatedely.
More Simone Rocha, who showed these sheer hosiery kneesocks with crochet, and more takes on her signature brogues. Pic: Style.com
Simple, elegant and super-chic, here's what Smythson has on offer for SS14.
Beloved of Cheryl Cole, David Koma's one of those designers who builds accessories into his pieces. A case in point: these dresses have belts and statement bibs attached. Barg!