1. The skin-baring suit
Gone is the shirt and the roll-neck sweater of last winter. Bare skin is the only accessory needed (preferably worn with an unbuttoned jacket).
2. Acid trip
Designers set the tone during Haute Couture season, with tie dye at Dsquared2 and Dries Van Noten, and paintbox explosions at GmbH
3. Alpine allure
We are yet to see the end of nylon. At Prada, mountainwear was the undoubted victor, with neon motifs and Kenzo and alpinist twists at Cottweiler.
4. Men in black
Meticulously tailored suits, with white shirts and ultra-skinny ties...The officewear look - slimfit at Saint Laurent and baggy at Celine - has hijacked the menswear runways.
5. Think pink
The signature shade of the season? Neon pink, whether on a double buttoned suit at Boss or with sportswear accents at
6. Illustrated knitwear
Last season logo-printed T-shirts exploded on the runways, but this Fall/Winter sees knitwear tattooed with illustrations take center stage. At Casablanca, woolen pieces were infused with a quasi-poetic spirit, rivaled only by Loewe and Dior Homme.
Whether its beige as seen at Fendi, off white at Ami or gray at Louis Vuitton, the monochrome look is the epitome of quiet confidence.
One of the fashion commandments this winter? Those who dare to wear full leather will have their style credentials confirmed in a blink.
9. Leopard print
The kitsch motif par excellence, leopard print has endured the turn of the season, this winter shining on coats at Celine, Versace and Marni. How better to free your wild side?
10. Oversized puffers
For many seasons, the puffer has remained a staple trend of the streetwear wardrobe. This winter, even bolder than before, Off-White crowned the key piece with a built-in cross-body bag.
11. Extra-long scarves
A winter must-have, the scarf is worn cocoon like, in bright colors and
12. The suit/parka ensemble
The parka has unhinged its style potential on the men's Fashion Week runways. Berluti, Dunhill and Givenchy followed suit, pairing it with tailoring to
13. Mix and match
A leather or a denim jacket? A chequered blazer or a navy-blue suit jacket? A cardigan in black or camel? You no longer need to chose.
With a resurgence of flower prints and the "granny look" led by A$AP Rocky wrapping scarves around head à la grandma, vintage womenswear seeped onto the runways, as seen at Vetements, Loewe and Gucci.
15. Dramatic shoulders
Knowingly crafted sets of shoulders were seen at Balenciaga, Raf Simons and Bottega Veneta, built into coats and oversized jackets like armour. How else to battle below-zero
"Bare all while staying covered" was the tenet sworn to at Cottweiler, Ann Demeulemeester and Fendi.
17. Sleepwear couture
Following the womenswear trend, daytime pajamas were spotted on the men's runways, taking inspiration from 1960s Hollywood. Think silk and velvet, as seen at Casablanca and
18. Dressing gown coats
With streetwear notions at Vetements, chic meets shock-factor at Celine and bohemian at Ann Demeulemeester, the faux-fur coat was king of the runways.
The V-neck has returned alive and kicking, at Balmain, Gucci and Lacoste seen oversized and 1950s preppy.
20. Extreme quilting
Worn all-over, new life was breathed into padded designs, elevating them to the realm of veritable feather-stuffed sculptures at Bottega Veneta, Off-White and Kiko Kostadinov.
21. New romantic
A poetic aura shone from the runways at Gucci and Palomo Spain, with an unveiling of silk shirts, at once flowing and light