London Fashion Week is well and truly underway, with the fashion set swapping New York for the British capital until Tuesday.
Renowned for effortless cool girl dressing, London Fashion Week continuously rebels against trends (proven through the yearly outing of a fashion peacock or two).
Post-Brexit, London has a lot to prove within the industry but the fash pack are sure to make a statement this season.
But it's not necessarily what's happening on the catwalks which is capturing our attention but what's cropping up on the streets.
So we round up the very best street style to come out of one of the leading fashion capitals of the world and demonstrate how you too can adopt the trends this season...
Take your prompt from the street style set and break up your neutral winter wardrobe with a flash of mustard yellow. This sunny hue has a distinctly autumnal feel and will bring a retro vibe to any ensemble.
The ultimate marmite trend, it seems kitten heels are here to stay. Dior’s slingback style were spotted on countless street stylers, and the high street have spawned a plethora of dupes.
High Shine Macs
The black vinyl trench has been gaining popularity ever since Alexa Chung debuted the style as part of her sellout M&S collection. For AW17 it has been given an update in a fresh selection of colourways from dark maroon and forest green to charcoal and navy blue.
Waist Belt Bags
A modern take on the controversial nineties bum bag, waist belt bags may only fit the bare essentials (read: phone and lipstick) but they look exquisitely chic.
Invest in a checked coat for winter, or if you’re feeling brave, go the whole hog and wear a matchy matchy suit.
Souped Up Shirts
Pack away your off-the-shoulder blouses and instead choose shirts with fluted sleeves, ruffle detailing and mismatched hems.
Take a look at the very best street style snaps from London Fashion Week - as they happen -below…
london street style 2017
Olivia Palermo styles a monochrome midi with a Topshop knit.
Anna Vitiello pairs a floaty maxi with a slogan tee and statement earrings.
Spice up a failsafe combination with the addition of a sunshine yellow accessories.
High-shine macs continue to dominate, however this season they've been reinvented in a palette of new colourways.
Pandora Sykes wears a Rejina Pyo dress and a Mulberry bag.
Take your cue from this street style star and dress down a cocktail gown with the addition of a roll neck knit.
Dress down a floral maxi with the addition of red ankle boots.
Camille Charrière wears an Erdem jacket and carries this season's must-have accessory, the basket bag.
ICYMI, over-the-top sleeves and white boots are two trends to covet RN.
Caroline Issa looks supremely elegant in a velvet dress and a tailored blazer.
Forget shoulder robing, the latest styling trick involves tying your sweater over one shoulder.
Extend the shelf-life of your fave summer mini and pair with thigh high boots.