What trends are being set across the pond? Marie Claire's esteemed fashion team offers up a shortlist of the most awe-inspiring style statements to hit the British runways.
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Among the many amazing Technicolor dream coats Christopher Bailey sent down the Burberry Prorsum runway, this is one you'll never want to take off.
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Grandma's throw blankets have never looked as good as they do on sweaters and skirts by Christopher Kane. Note the liquid-filled pocket trimming on the pants. It's inspired by the pencil pouches you used to have in elementary school. So fun!
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Kate Middleton is a big fan of Issa. Here's hoping the Princess of Wales will walk on the adventurous side in the designer's bold scarf prints for fall.
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Simply cannot get enough of Jonathan Saunders. He's been on a roll these past few collections. London designers have such a knack for mixing busy prints without making the look overwhelming.
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Slouchy luxury that stands out at the office? Um, yes, please. Of Matthew Williamson's many kaleidoscopic prints, this top has the most effortless ease.
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A classic sportswear moment in brilliant unexpected shades at Aquascutum.
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The Erdem woman is no longer bound to delicate flower prints. She's gotten much darker, moodier, and more intriguing.
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With cherry red and lemony yellow, this look by Kinder Aggugini juices up the fall. Never heard of him? Check out Aggugini's collaboration with Macy's for spring.
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There's no denying the chic-ness and warmth of a good leather dress come winter. The knit sleeves on this Marios Schwab number keep it from being restricting.
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Pringle of Scotland
Furry navy blue stripes woven into a chunky knit sweater take this cape coat to the next level.
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Yet another great mix of prints in London, this time in 3D at Peter Pilotto. Love the cornflower blue tights as an alternative to basic black.