With Paris closing another fashion month we've compiled a list of our favourite fashion moments, most inspiring outfits and styling tips we'll take away for SS18...
NEW YORK FASHION WEEK
The coolest city in the world didn't disappoint this season. Rihanna stole the show for us, we want every piece of her Fenty x Puma collection in our wardrobes! Although totally different Alexander Wang and Anna Sui's buttery soft silk looks are also instantly wearable.
Oscar De La Renta made us feel like princesses with a modern yet ethereal collection focused on metallic embellishment, and Marc Jacob's black accessories with gorgeous lemon yellow evening dress are a match made in heaven.
Karis Kimono, Naomi Eye Mask, Ottille Bra & Brief. All images from Vogue.co.uk
LONDON FASHION WEEK
Known for innovative designers and groundbreaking ideas our hometown did not disappoint. Ashley Williams and Christopher Kane showed us that leather & lace are firmly staying on trend, while JW Anderson used lingerie inspired shapes and silhouettes throughout his collection.
Roksanda Ilincic used our favourite shade of bubblegum pink to brighten up her catwalk. Finally, Erdem's bold black straps reminded us of our own signature black strapping, which we found totally inspiring!
Odile Bra, Tamia Waspie & Brief. All images from Vogue.co.uk
MILAN FASHION WEEK
Milan delivered the most iconic moment this season; re-uniting the greats for a show-stopping finale. Although no one can compete with Naomi et al. Alberta Ferretti was mesmerising and also captured that 90s nostalgia with easy to wear slip dresses.
Dolce & Gabbana showed that the sheer trend is going nowhere; cemented by Fendi, who played with negative space by teaming transparent Tshirts with gorgeously bold, black triangle bras.
Karis High Waist Brief, Bra & Dress, Madeleine Thong and Suspender. All images from Vogue.co.uk
PARIS FASHION WEEK
Closing the season in style you can always rely on Paris to be chic. Yamamoto provided our favourite image of the season - both sexy and powerful. Elsewhere we loved the pastel shades of Valentino and Nina Ricci, with the latter's military influences perfectly juxtaposing.
Beyond this though we were pleased to see two EOB favourite colours making strong catwalk appearances. There was scarlet red at Givenchy and Midnight Blue from Balmain.