1. DECORATIVE MILITARY TRIM
On the runway: While previous seasons have focused on a minimal, utilitarian approach to military, Givenchy showcased a more decorated, ‘80s-inspired angle. We expect epaulets, braiding, and brass buttons to be big on fall jackets.
On the street: We love this modern take on military, with elaborate trims and a bold palette.
Buy it now: Valentino gives the classic military jacket a folksy spin with intricate beading and tribal prints.
2. OPULENT EASE
On the runway: Dries Van Noten showcased an elevated mash-up of decadent prints, gold lamé, and pearl embellishments presented with a sportswear flair suited for every day.
On the street: We love the way the relaxed refinement of the robe and pant silhouettes contrasts and compliments the rich, opulent textures in this look.
Buy it now: When you take an casual piece like trousers or a sweater and add embellishment or a bold print, it creates creates a lavishness that’s still suited for leisure.
3. EXTRA-LONG SLEEVES
On the runway: Sacai played with proportion, giving sleeves extra length—and therefore, added drama.
On the street: A pinstripe blouses gets added interest thanks to exaggerated silky sleeves, which give this layered look an effortless, billowy touch.
Buy it now: Extra-long sleeves just beg for a little something special, like flares or ruffles—or both!
4. PUFFER COATS
On the street: A puffer adds a laid-back ease to a daytime ensemble, and we love the muted metallic hue.
Buy it now: Unexpected volume adds a playful touch to this Sacai Luck down varsity jacket.
5. PATENT LEATHER
On the runway: Patent leather lent an ’80s edge to Isabel Marant’s feminine Fall ’16 collection and was especially punk rock in bold red.
On the street: There’s something wonderfully femme fatale about opting for statement-making patent instead of a more muted leather. This slick stop-in-your-tracks trench is not for the faint of heart.
Buy it now: A stiletto heel plus a sleek peaked patent leather vamp make these Balenciaga mules an edgy choice for evening.