Polka dots, paisley even camouflages are unlikely to throw a (albeit stylish) spanner into the works of your everyday spring/summer looks. But why stop there? A tie, socks, jewellery, the options available to incorporate some pattern via accessories is simply endless. The neckerchief is...

First things first, to convince you that your wardrobe is definitely on the highest trends wave, here are some of the designers who sent jumpsuits on the catwalk from the very first day of the Spring Summer 2017 Fashion Week (above). Now you're starting to see how things are shaping up...

sat at the more extreme end of the spectrum, with the signature piece being a fashion forward mesh jumpsuit with short legs and sleeves – perhaps not the most wearable of garments: Rick Owens' showcase was clearly driven by athletic influences, with the designer combining a range of...

The fashion press response to the comeback of the double-breasted cut has been overwhelmingly positive. Shortlist magazine actually featured double-breasted blazers at number one in their list of the top seven trends for spring 2014 and backed up this bold declaration with a series of...

paper about the blue colour trend that hit menswear in a big way this season. Today we make way for another major colour that has swamped the spring/summer shows; the delightfully season-appropriate yellow. The inclusion of a – potentially – audacious colour like yellow in a number of this...

, been having a heyday in fashion – helped along by fictional ad man Don Draper's nattily suited style – menswear is soon set to shift its focus to the fringed suede and heady floral prints of the 1970s. Back with a psychedelic vengeance, seventies influences are making their presence felt...

With stripes a perennial spring/summer trend, there will be no shortage of options this year. If you already own a classic Breton top, our recommendation would be to branch out into striped tailoring, legwear (shorts or trousers) or knitwear. Also consider opting for a thicker block-stripes...

1 Phillip Lim and Dries Van Noten, it's a trend that looks a lot tougher than you might think." Florals were prevalent across all major fashion weeks, with the majority of collections incorporating the print in some guise. Designers such as Dries Van Noten, Gucci and Alexander McQueen were...

during summer's heat. And aren't we all tired of squeezing ourselves into samey slim- and skinny-fits anyway? It's the brave man who'd attempt some of SS16's particularly capacious cuts (see Craig Green), but roomier styles with a just-right break are a cinch to wear with everything from...

It's also a key colour trend for spring/summer 2015, with rich, vibrant tomato-like tones threaded through many of this season's key collections. We're not talking sleepily subtle reds here – no dark berry shades or innocuous burgundies allowed. But that doesn't mean red should only be worn...

 

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