We're biased, of course, but London Fashion Week street style is arguably the most eclectic on the fashion month schedule. Editors, buyers and influencers are unafraid of promoting their own personal style. While there's no doubt that the Bottega effect is prevalent in London too, there's more of a steer towards outfits that are original and interesting. There was also Storm Dennis to take into consideration, so the outerwear game was strong this season.
Milan, on the other hand, could not be more different. The Milanese love a bit of glam, and we've spotted plenty of spangled heels and thigh-grazing hemlines. The overwhelming theme, however, has to be beige, and every other outfit on the FROW was comprised of muted shades of brown, cream, beige and camel.
So what are the cult pieces we've seen on the streets of Milan Fashion Week? The Loewe Puzzle bag is still going strong, while Topshop's mock-croc coat has been given a suitably '70s twist. There's also a pair of high-street leather trousers that look way more expensive than their price tag. Scroll down to see and shop our full fashion week edit.
Style Notes: Linda Tol shows us how to make the city shorts trend work. The solution? Throw on a pair of platform loafers.
Style Notes: Summer leather is set to be everywhere this season. Make like Eva and style a pair of combat trousers with a white tee and heels.
Style Notes: Gucci's horsebit bag is at the top of all of our fantasy shopping lists. A real classic in the making.
Style Notes: A pair of snake print boots is just what this head-to-toe beige outfit needs.
Style Notes: We would never think a mini kilt and hoodie would go together, but this editor proves us wrong.
Style Notes: At first glance, this outfit appears simple, but if you look closely, you'll see Isabel Marant's fabulous leather bustier.
Style Notes: If you're looking for a designer It bag for less than £300, you can't go wrong with Staud's Tommy beaded shoulder bag.
Style Notes: PSA: Big collars are big news for SS20. Give yours a grown-up twist by styling with beige tailored trousers and heeled sandals.
Style Notes: Arket's floral roll-neck makes for the ideal statement layering piece.
Style Notes: Bottega's padded bag are everywhere again this season.
Style Notes: We have so much love for Eudon Choi's '70s-inspired leather jacket and her throwback flares from L'Agence.
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Style Notes: Bernadette dresses are always at the top of our shopping lists.
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Style Notes: We saw this coat all over Copenhagen Fashion Week, and now it's in London too. And we can't stop thinking about it.
Style Notes: Who What Wear's Kat Collings makes a good case for polished gingham with her midi-skirt–and-shirt pairing.
Style Notes: Sometimes, you can't go wrong with a jeans-and-knit combo—especially when the jumper is as good as this one. All it needs is heeled boots and small sunnies.
Style Notes: Danse Lente's mini Johnny is one of the most affordable designer bags around, but it certainly doesn't lack impact.
Style Notes: Brock Collection's distinctive ditzy florals are instantly recognisable in this whimsical skirt. We like how she's styled it with a simple knit.
Style Notes: One of our team members already has this bag on their wish list. This über-cool look is surely going to make them sell out right away.
Style Notes: We are all obsessed with this statement-sleeve maxi dress. We're taking notes for our next spring wedding guest outfit.
Style Notes: We've lost count of the number of street stylers we've seen in these Khaite boots (Katie Holmes included). They add a much-needed pop of colour to this black-and-white getup.
Style Notes: Of course, we couldn't do a street style gallery without adding at least one piece from Bottega. The brand's pouch clutch is set to be the bag of the season.