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Next on the AW18 fashion month agenda? The show-goers took over Milan last weekend, and as expected, the streets were awash with a mix of trend-forward getups seeped in old-school Italian glamour. Here are the best looks we spotted…

Street style star wearing checks at Milan Fashion Week AW18

Box fresh

It was hip to be in squares for much of last year. And in case you needed proof that the check trend is here to stay, just clock this street-styler, working it with double the conviction. The key here is to work two different types of lines to avoid print overload. Rep deeper charcoal heritage checks on tailored trousers and layer it up with a lighter, more defined checkbox overcoat. A relaxed white tee plus technical trainers keeps the look less preppy and more fresh.

Model wearing diamante drop earrings at Milan Fashion Week AW18

Bling ring

When it came to outfit additions, subtle was not the name of the game this Milan Fashion Week. Jewellery went megawatt, but shifted from 80s tacky to epic Great-Gatsby-level luxury costume instead. Yes, flashy was the priority, with drop earrings covered in gems and paired with super-lush faux-fur coats. Divine.

Street style goer wearing 60s accessories at Milan Fashion Week Aw18

Sk8er girl

Dialling down the form-fitting, garish 80s thing we saw everywhere last season, this look is all about understated skater-style silhouettes and mensy fits. And we’re v. into it. Take note from this show-goer with a colour-block shirt (plum and egg-yolk yellow gets a thumbs up) tucked into high-waisted granddad jeans, tied up with a classic utility belt. Chunky white trainers amp up the casual vibe while a blue grab-handle studded bag adds a dash of texture.

Street style star wearing a tracksuit at Milan Fashion Week AW18

On the right track

A full tracksuit in broad daylight? Well, yeah. The weather is particularly unforgiving right now, and a comfy jersey co-ord with slouchy street-style credentials has never seemed more appealing. Wear the bottoms high-waisted and the hoodie tucked and cropped for a more flattering silhouette. A camel tartan coat helps clash the lowbrow and highbrow, and platform cherry Doc Martens grunge the whole thing up.

Street style star wearing 60s-style accessories at Milan Fashion Week AW18

Pictures: The Urban Spotter

Swinging style

While the 80s trend suited the opulence of party season, we’re looking for something fresher and brighter to welcome in the coming of spring (here's hoping). And there’s only one decade to do it: the swinging 60s. This street-styler accessorises her retro-flavoured outfit with a King's Road-worthy swirl-print cross-body with acid-orange chain links. Even the collar of her Scandi-style jacket burst forth in flashy, psychedelic blooms.