The Cult Coat That Unites Alexa Chung, Vogue Editors And Adwoa Aboah

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The Cult Coat That Unites Alexa Chung, Vogue Editors And Adwoa Aboah

by Lucy Morris |
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Fashion month has come to a close, so now is the time to take stock and see what trends died and came alive during the autumn winter 18 international collections. Naturally, our eyes haven’t been trained solely on the catwalk, for street style is just as important style arena as the runway these days. Throughout the four weeks of this fashion marathon, one specific item was seen again and again and again. From Danish label Saks Potts, it’s a statement-making belted coat lashed with fox fur (the less said about that the better) that feels equally ‘70s revival and modern. While we’re hoping a high street favourite will reinvent it this coming fall in faux-fur (and at a more affordable price point) until then, take note of just a few of its many famous admirers.

1. Blown Away By Alexa Chung

You know when Chung gives an item her seal of approval it’s not only tasteful but timeless. Win-win.

2. Vogue’s Julia Hobb

Modelling the Saks Potts design in black, she’s ticked off a second trend with her addition of a silk headscarf. And, she looks royally good.

3. Double Trouble From Archive XXI’s Blanco Miro And Maria De La Orde

Spotted: two of Paris Fashion Week’s best dressed looking cosy in Saks Potts.

4. A Dollop Of Cream From @Double3xposure

With a picture neckline, this coat is poised to put your accessories on show, as Atlanta-based influencer Reese Bluster proves.

5. Wonderland’s Editor-In-Chief Toni Blaze Walks The Wild Sid

Channelling Mel B’s Spice Girl ways with a leopard print co-ord, Toni Blaze add’s a touch of Baby Spice to this fashion recipe with her cute-AF Saks Potts jacket.

6. Marie Stella Wibe Jedig Gives It The Green Light

As one of Copenhagen’s most popular influencers (she has a cool 58K followers), Marie proves this dress coat can be dressed-down with denim and cowboy boots.

7. Adwoa Aboah Cuts A Long Story Short

Model of the moment Adwoa Aboah cuts straight to the point with this abbreviated twist on the front row-favourite.

This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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