We're already through Milan Fashion Week (only Paris to go!). And unless the French capital throws us a curve ball, it looks like we'll be seeing plenty of these trends next season:
Ballet: From nude color palettes to flowing shapes that caress the body, ballet references have made an appearance in Milan at Etro and Uma Wang.
Latin / Cuba: Ruffles, bows and sex appeal from Proenza Schouler, Oscar De La Renta, and Marques'Almeida
Boudoir: Languid, 1930s lingerie-inspired looks - especially slip dresses - at Calvin Klein and Givenchy
Folk: Less crafty - more romantic at Etro, Alberta Ferretti
Magpie: It's become the rule, not the exception; at Gucci, Stella Jean
Sleeves: Oversized or not, we've seen Victorian sleeves make an appearance at Etro, Erdem, Roksanda and JW Anderson
Peek-A-Boo Shoulders: The latest erogenous zone and seen in every city so far: Proenza Schouler and Prabal Gurung in NYC; Erdem and Preen in London; and even Jil Sander got in on the trend (in a very minimalist way, of course).
High-Tech: Silicone bodices at Simone Rocha, plastic geometric inserts at Christopher Kane.
Paperbag Waists: Skirts and pants at Tod's, 3.1 Phillip LIm and Tome
Grommets: Kane, Tod's, Bottega Veneta
Slice & Splice: Peter Pilotto, Erdem, Rodarte, Prada
Yellow: A bright pop of yellow invigorated collections including Tome, Simone Rocha, Marco de Vincenzo, Johnathan Saunders, and Huishan Zhang