The big names to follow on Instagram
The model: Imaan Hammam (left) is 17, Dutch and has a Céline campaign under her belt (AKA she's at the top of her game), but none of it has gone to her head. Her Insta is full of pictures of her fangirling out backstage at shows.
Follow her here: @hammamimaan
The stylist: Louby McLoughlin has worked with POP magazine and Nylon, and styled the Sophia Webster show at London Fashion Week (right), which was inspired by teen movies. When we asked Louby what would make us feel instantly more spring-like, she said: 'Ironic accessories: think Moschino's McDonalds phone cases and listening to Ariana Grande because she is all about positivity!'
Follow her here: @loubymc
Picture: Instagram/hammamimaan, Instagram/sophiawebster
Be first to try frosty make-up
Not since the 90s, when Rimmel London's classic Heather Shimmer lipstick was in every teen girl's make-up bag, has frosted make-up made such major beauty waves. Making the case for swapping your matte lippie for a high-shine colour, Rodarte's models looked like librarians with a secret sassy side thanks to their sensible spectacles, side-sweeping fringes and icy, glittered lips (pictured).
Picture: Getty, ASOS
Remember, blankets aren't just for bedtime
Burberry, now, they're not silly. They let each of their catwalk models – including Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse – go home with a bespoke monogrammed blanket. If seeing Cara draped in her CJD blankie wasn't enough to make you look at the throw on the end of your bed in a whole new light, then Olivia Palermo pairing hers with thigh-high boots and shades might just tip the scales.
Drop 'puffy-puffy' and other new fashion lingo into conversation
Your #fashion vocab now includes:
1. 'Puffy-puffy' (adjective): As in, the perfect amount of padding. Miu Miu designer Miuccia Prada said of her perfect jacket: 'I worked for one month on the right windbreaker that was not puffy-puffy'. Noted.
2. 'Casualness' ( verb): Louis Vuitton designer Nicolas Ghesquière, who said that it's about 'a new casualness, a way of mixing the clothes – casual with formal – in a cool, functional way'.
3. Sacai (noun): This is the label to name-drop this season. It's Japanese, shows at Paris Fashion Week and is all about fashion meets functionality (just check out that cape and windbreaker combo, left).
Stock up on space dye
Thanks to Instagram, chances are you would have seen Rihanna and Cara whizzing round in a shopping trolley at the Chanel show. But for those of beady fashion eye, the fact that Karl Lagerfeld sent his models out in space dye was the real shocker (in a good way). FYI: not to be mistaken with the latest hair colour from Bleach, space dye is a flecked, two-tone fabric that Karl used to make joggers and leggings with his high-end, Midas touch. Clever, eh.
Embrace the elements
Make way for the glamorous rain mac. Says who? Miu Miu, who featured clear, colourful macs on the runway. Wear them while you still can for tongue-in-cheek, back-to-school vibes. If you need further proof that the mac is back,
watch Cara Delevingne wear this ASOS see-through pink version (left) in an emoji-crazed video for , which you can shop below (yay). LOVE magazine
Go on a Tumblr trek for 60s babes
Designers were mad-keen on the 60s this season, so go straight to the source of all knowledge (Tumblr) and find the 60s girls set to be the pin-ups of this season. Here are some tip-offs:
Jean Shrimpton: 'The Shrimp' was Gucci's number-one inspiration: think mini shift dresses, knee-high boots and oversized shades.
Françoise Hardy: Nicolas Ghesquière's collection of skinny flares cropped at an awkward length and mini dresses in contrasting colours (right) were v French, and v Françoise (left).
Betty Catroux: Yves Saint Laurent's muse is still big news according to Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane.
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