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.